Resource Groups

Fostering a sense of belonging

Resource Groups foster diversity and inclusion by helping create safe, welcoming environments where an individual’s race, ethnicity, levels of ability, religious beliefs, background, and other important personal attributes are viewed as organizational assets. The list below outlines the resource groups currently on campus.

Black Men Engaged 

Black Men Engaged builds community and camaraderie among Black men at the University through promoting the importance of service, mentorship, and professional networking on- and off-campus.

Disability Inclusion

The Disability Inclusion group serves both the University and medical center by promoting joint initiatives to create and improve access to opportunities for equal participation in all aspects of employment and education for people who experience any type of disability.  

Hispanic/LatinX

The Hispanic/LatinX group provides professional development and career advancement programming; builds a network of students, faculty, and professionals; and creates a welcoming environment for the Hispanic/LatinX community to socialize and celebrate their culture.

LGBT+

The LGTB+ group contributes to the support, education, advocacy, professional development, networking, and outreach for LGBT+ employees and students.

Muslim Inclusion 

The Muslim Inclusion group provides a safe space to discuss and advocate for religious and cultural accommodations for, as well as inclusion of, Muslims across campus.

NOTICE

NOTICE is a group for women of color to network and develop skills to advance their careers and increase the number of women of color in leadership positions.

UC Moms 

The UC Moms group supports women and parents as they make important decisions for their careers and families.

Black in Academia

Black in Academia (BIA) is dedicated to gathering researchers, faculty, and staff within the sciences to support and uplift Black identifying individuals by facilitating networking opportunities, cultivating a safe space for embracement of Black culture, and providing social support for the formation of new mentorships, partnerships, and collaborations.