Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity is critical to the process of discovery. Here, different backgrounds, viewpoints, and perspectives are not only sought after and encouraged, they are the building blocks that make rigorous inquiry possible. While there is still much work to be done, we are committed to enabling all people to fully participate in the life of the University.

Tools & Resources

We encourage all members of our campus community to create a more diverse and inclusive environment by working locally within their respective units. Here are some tools and resources designed to help support your work. 

D+I Studio

Collaborate with a team that can help you improve, expand, or begin a diversity and inclusion initiative in your unit.

D&I Planning Toolkit

Download this toolkit to help build a customized diversity and inclusion plan for your unit.

Faculty Search Support Videos

Watch a video series that delves into the science behind the search process and provides insights on best practices.

Inclusive Pedagogy Website

Discover how to create a more inclusive classroom environment.

Reflections on Race: A Multimedia Resource Guide

Review materials to help you better address and understand current events and history.

Search Training 

Explore three different training programs aimed at diversifying your applicant pool. 

Keep in Touch

To stay up to date on what’s happening with diversity and inclusion, and to learn about upcoming events, join our mailing list.

Latest News

Clearing the air: UChicago scholar’s cross-cultural research on household air pollution could improve the health of half the global population

Christopher Sola Olopade identified multiple potential health risks of exposure to household air pollution, along with possible solutions.

Updated Diversity & Inclusion Planning Toolkit

This toolkit was created as a resource to help leaders advance diversity and inclusion in their units.  

UChicago event examines ways to foster greater diversity in business

Executives from minority- and women-owned businesses discussed opportunities with University leaders.