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Report a Bias-Related Incident
Any member of the University community can make a report about a possible bias-related incident.
The term ‘bias-related’ refers to language and/or behaviors that demonstrate bias against persons because of, but not limited to, actual or perceived: ability, color, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, national origin, race, religion, and/ or sexual orientation.
Examples may include defacement of posters or signs, comments or messages, jokes or humor, vandalism to personal or University property, or similar acts, if there is evidence that the target of the incident was chosen because of a characteristic such as those listed above.
Click here to report a bias-related incident or call 866-594-5220.
Don't Cancel Class Initiative
The Don’t Cancel Class initiative is an opportunity for UMB instructors to have a diversity, equity, and inclusion lecture tailored for their students
Oftentimes it is difficult to find additional time to engage students in field-specific diversity, equity, and inclusion education, so we have created a catalogue of lectures with corresponding activities that can be requested with at least 48 hours notice. Requests will be accepted on a rolling basis, so if you know of conferences or other commitments far in advance, we invite you to submit your form early. We ask that you select at least three options from the list in the application below and a member of our team will respond within one business day.