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Mission Statement

SACI is dedicated to the advancement of inclusion, social justice, and equity within the Division of Student Affairs, while aligning with the goals of the University Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee. SACI provides opportunities and resources for the Division of Student Affairs to increase the understanding and development of diversity with guidance from the Vice President for Student Affairs.  

August 2022

‘How to Outsmart Your Own Unconscious Bias’– Valerie Alexander

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Unconscious Bias

August 2022

Unconscious Bias

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Competencies

The purpose of this worksheet is to create opportunities for employees to participate in learning activities that build Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Accessibility competencies.

A message from the Vice President for Student Affairs

Dr. Gary Dukes

Dr. Gary Dukes

The goal of the Division of Student Affairs is to promote inclusion at our events, programs, and within our areas. The Student Affairs Committee on Inclusion was created to address issues of exclusion on the WOU campus. One of the main efforts of the committee was to create a list of Diversity Competencies that we can strive to achieve in our work. As you review the competencies, seek ways to incorporate these concepts into your professional interactions. I also encourage you to utilize these opportunities for personal growth and development. Throughout the year, the Student Affairs Committee on Inclusion will continue to offer programming, resources, and events to enhance your knowledge based on these competencies.

 

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