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America is not like a blanket - one piece of unbroken cloth. America is more like a quilt - many patches, many pieces, many colors, many sizes, all woven together by a common thread.
— Jesse Jackson
The only national higher education diversity award
Insight: Into Diversity and Health Professions - Higher Education Award - Excellence in Diversity - 2018
Insight: Into Diversity - Higher Education Award - Excellence in Diversity - 2015
2020 MLK Diversity Awards
Nominations are open for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Diversity Recognition Awards, which honor individual or group achievement in the areas of diversity and inclusiveness.
SCHOOL OF NURSING WINS HEED AWARD
For the second year in a row, the School of Nursing has won the Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for its efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.
Victoria D. Stubbs, MSW
Featured DAC Spotlight
Clinical instructor coordinates School of Social Work’s Teaching Support Program, which bolsters faculty knowledge, capacity, and skills, and works to create “brave spaces” where sensitive topics can be discussed.
Diversity Speaker Series 2019
Steven K. Ragsdale, MSL ’17, a health care reformer and Francis King Carey School of Law alumnus, spoke about Baltimore’s long history of health and economic disparities.
The mission of UMB’s Diversity Advisory Council (DAC) is to provide recommendations to the president that promote the University’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The DAC will seek to fulfill its mission through the following goals:
• Identify opportunities within and outside the University that enhance training and professional development in valuing diversity and cultural competency.
• Identify and recommend opportunities to improve standards, practices, and procedures to create a campus culture of inclusion and equity
• Recognize exemplary practices, programs, and individuals that embody a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
• Ensure that the achievement of diversity, equity, and inclusion are guiding principles in every aspect of the University’s initiatives.