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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in CAHNRS

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in CAHNRS

CAHNRS commits to cultivating diverse, equitable, inclusive, and safe environments for all people. In CAHNRS we foster transformative student experiences, authentic community engagement, and respectful knowledge exchange. We promote innovative research that addresses important complex local and global agricultural, human, and natural resource issues. 


Coming Soon

The Original Storytellers – Native Film Festival 2022, November 28, 2022 1:00pm-3:00pm

Flyer for the Native American Film Festival. Hosted via zoom on November 28th 2022 from 1pm-3pm.


Featured DEI News

Luz María Gordillo

Meet the CAHNRS Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence: Luz María Gordillo

Inaugurating CAHNRS’ new leadership role in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), Luz María Gordillo has led a remarkably varied career.

CAHNRS DEI Mini-Grants

CAHNRS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence Committee are happy to announce Mini-Grant proposals for activities that address Theme 4 Institutional Diversity, Integrity, Openness, and Accountability for the CAHNRS strategic plan.

DEI Mini-Grant Awardees 2021-2022


More from CAHNRS

New OST Film Fest Advertisement. Lineup in the Works.

New OST Film Fest Advertisement. Lineup in the Works.

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We just put together our festival advertisement, which features images from last year’s festival: You can download a PDF of the ad to get the…

The Original Storytellers Native American Film Festival 2022

The Original Storytellers Native American Film Festival 2022

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This family friendly festival explores Native American culture and the challenges that face indigenous populations. We are hoping to screen films that speak truth to…

IAREC hosts Wenatchee college’s viticulture education for Hispanic community

IAREC hosts Wenatchee college’s viticulture education for Hispanic community

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Program helps employees in Washington specialty crop industries build professional skills.

WSU-created kits help tribal youth overcome pandemic stress, isolation

WSU-created kits help tribal youth overcome pandemic stress, isolation

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Extension educators share resilience-building tools for kids in WA’s second largest tribe

New scholarship to bring Native American students to WSU college

New scholarship to bring Native American students to WSU college

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WSU CAHNRS will offer academic scholarships to incoming Native American students thanks to a new gift from Northwest Farm Credit Services.

Food Science ’21 PhD Pichmony Ek breaks ground for women, discovery, and better health

Food Science ’21 PhD Pichmony Ek breaks ground for women, discovery, and better health

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Fall ’21 grad built new knowledge and helped others grow as scientists.

Tribal connection inspires efforts to save salmon from toxic chemical

Tribal connection inspires efforts to save salmon from toxic chemical

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Stephanie Blair draws on science, and the knowledge and connection with her Native American community.


Resources

WSU Office of Outreach and Education

Essential to Washington State University’s public, land-grant tradition of service to society, the mission of the Office of Outreach and Education (formerly the Office of Equity and Diversity) is to promote, create, and sustain an inclusive campus and community environment through education.

Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC)

The Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center serves and supports LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, and alumnx throughout the WSU system by providing resources, fostering community building, and relevant initiatives.

WSU Division of Student Affairs – Cougar Community

WSU Student Affairs fosters a welcoming and diverse campus community and aims to provide services and spaces where all students will grow and succeed. Various centers and offices serve as hubs for enrichment through a variety of programming, advising and support.

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

The Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center is a supportive and welcoming place for WSU and the community to advance diversity and socially conscious research, engagement, outreach, and innovation. The building contains reservable meeting spaces, open event space, and a commercial kitchen.

WSU Division of Student Affairs – Cougar Community

WSU Student Affairs fosters a welcoming and diverse campus community and aims to provide services and spaces where all students will grow and succeed. Various centers and offices serve as hubs for enrichment through a variety of programming, advising and support.

WSU Access Center

The Access Center serves students with permanent physical, sensory and psychological disabilities, chronic health conditions and temporary injuries, with a goal of removing or reducing artificial barriers and providing equal access to learning.

ADVANCE

ADVANCE at WSU focuses on institutional transformation toward a more inclusive/faculty-friendly environment, supporting diversity and equity. Its goals include increased representation of women and diverse faculty in all disciplines, especially in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM).

WSU Human Resources – Diversity Resources

WSU Human Resource Services supports a climate of integrity and equity that actively reflects open, respectful dialog.


Connect and Learn More

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Zoom Backgrounds

Luz María Gordillo
Featured story: New assistant dean determined to assist underrepresented groups

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Learning about water management in Spanish from WSU Extension

AMDT Inclusive Fashion Show
Annual Parent’s Weekend Fashion Show put on by AMDT students.


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