The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences is committed to promoting respect for the rights and privileges of all, understanding and appreciating human differences and the constructive expression of ideas.
The School has adopted a statement of commitment:
Respect for difference and equity is a core value in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. We acknowledge and embrace difference (including race, gender, class, sexuality, religion, age, citizenship status, and ability) as we strive to create learning environments, scholarship, mentoring relationships, and working environments that foster inclusivity and belonging in our community. To do so, we strive to promote equity and inclusion by eliminating individual and institutional discrimination.
See the full Diversity and Inclusion statement here. For more on microaggressions and what they are, read this story.