Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessbility Resources

The Diversity and Inclusion Office provides many resources to Whitman students, faculty, staff and alumni. This set of resources will be updated frequently. Please check back often to see newly available resources.

Resource Listing:
Strengthening Knowledge Creation and Research in Entrepreneurship: Inclusion Matters



 “But I Didn’t Mean It That Way”: Unpacking the Impact of Microaggressions, April 24, 10-11-30 am, Hinds Hall 347


Global Career Panel for International Students
International students face many obstacles in understanding how to navigate their professional employment searches. This panel of experienced international professionals share their journey and best practices.
Global Career Panel for International Students Recording

One Whitman Talks :
Check back for the next talk scheduled.

SU Libraries
has a dedicated page of resources to understand, research and study questions on racial justice.

A Virtual Teach-in

A virtual teach-in featuring video clips showcasing disciplinary perspectives from faculty all across campus provides a context for understanding the Chauvin trial, the campaign for Black Lives and racialized trauma. Virtual Teach-Ins


The Syracuse University 19-day observance of Juneteeth included a series of readings, lectures, videos and other content that helps our community learn about the Black experience leading up to and following Juneteenth. We invite students, faculty and staff to engage with these materials.

Diversity: The Story in the Stats
(A repost from AACSB and GMAC)
Link to Article

University Resources

Visit Syracuse University’s Diversity pages and see what additional resources are available to our community. There are many exciting things taking place here:   

Review our Pulse Survey and Diversity Initiatives as well.