Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity

Commitment to equity, inclusion, and diversity is central to the Mathematics Department’s mission. If we are to maintain our global leadership in research and education as we head into the future, it is critical that we welcome and retain the best mathematics students, faculty, and staff. Doing so requires that we create a culture that benefits all those associated with the department by making central a uniform expectation of adherence to the values of equity, inclusion, and diversity. No student, faculty member, or staff member should be held in less esteem, be less influential, or be less able to pursue his or her goals due to characteristics such as his or her race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion.

Read the full Department of Mathematics Strategic Plan for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity.


Black lives matter!

The Mathematics Department stands against white supremacy, racism, and discrimination in all of its forms.


Department of Mathematics Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity Committee Members

Equity Advisor, David Nadler .

Please visit Current Committee Assignments for a complete list of committee members.


Events & Announcements

Community Action Meetings (CAMs): A Conversation About Teaching Assignments

Speakers: Isabel Seneca, Roy Zhao, and Sug Woo

Friday, November 19th, 3-4 p.m.
1015 Evans Hall
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