Turning Words into Action
We’re taking tangible steps to make UW-Green Bay a more equitable place.
Students, staff, faculty, the broader community – we all have a responsibility to recognize discrimination and work to correct it, both through our own behaviors and through policy within the University. Our efforts lead to the reason behind the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office: no matter who you are, you are welcome here at UW-Green Bay.
Why fill out a report? It's only through intervention that we grow as a university.
Bias is simply defined as a tendency to prefer one thing or person over another. What’s not so simple is when biased attitudes are expressed through physical or verbal harassment. To report incidents of bias and hate perpetrated by a UW-Green Bay community member, fill out our Bias Motivated Incident Form.
*If the incident rises to a crime, report to the University Police.
So What Exactly is Equity, Diversity & Inclusion?
Consider our office as the central resource dedicated to fostering a university community that's welcoming to all. The reason why is simple—to live up to our mission to fearlessly meet challenges, solve problems and provide educational access to anyone seeking to learn.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Certificates
Campus Cupboard & Clothing Closet
Everyone deserves to have their basic needs met. To achieve this on campus, we provide food, clothing and hygiene products for our students, faculty and staff.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning (CATL) promotes continuous learning for instructors so they can enhance students’ experiences.
Developed by our First Nations faculty, our Land Acknowledgement recognizes those who were here first.
Our strategic plan outlines our specific goals to encourage and support a more diverse campus, plus what we're doing to get there.
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Talk With Us
Stacie Christian, our Assistant Vice Chancellor of Inclusive Excellence, strives to build a campus of inclusivity. If you need any help accessing resources, get in touch with her.