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Programs & Resources

The list of programs and resources includes:  toolkits for leading change, affinity groups, online reporting for hate/bias incidents, and campus and community resources.


Office for Diversity Programs 

  • The Accountability, Climate, Equity, and Scholarship (ACES) Fellows Program is faculty pipeline program. The purpose of the ACES Fellows program is to promote the research, teaching, and scholarship of early career scholars who embrace the value that diversity is an indispensable component of academic excellence. 
  • ​The ADVANCE Scholars Program is faculty mentoring program designed to promote and advance the success of tenure-track faculty who have been historically underrepresented at Texas A&M University and in higher education.
  • The Diversity Matters Seed Grant Program supports research projects designed to make a positive impact on Texas A&M University’s Diversity Plan goals of accountability, climate, and equity. 
  • The Enhancing Diversity Seminar Series is designed to engage the campus community in dialogue around sensitive topics and issues related to diversity, campus climate, equity, and inclusion. 


Requesting Funding from the Office for Diversity

Office for Diversity Guidelines for Funding Requests -- Funding requests will be considered for their potential to significantly and positively impact the University’s Diversity Plan goals:

  • Accountability -- Programs that enhance or establish structures and processes that promote accountability for achieving our diversity goals.
  • Campus climate -- Programs that promote or enhance an inclusive working and learning environment that fully recognizes, values, and integrates diversity.
  • Equity -- Programs that promote a campus culture that is free from discrimination and harassment and one that is committed to valuing diverse skills, knowledge, and experience.

If you have any questions or concerns accessing this application, please feel free to contact us by phone (979-458-2905) or by email (diversity@tamu.edu).

Diversity Training 

Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness provide instructor-led training, online training, and resources about diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Texas A&M’s Human Resources and Organization Effectiveness (HROE) has developed behavioral indicators for diversity and respect competencies
 

Toolkits and Syllabi 

Pedagogy is activism. In the resources below are links to resources and materials. Special thanks to Racism Review for providing some of the content and links below --

Black Feminism Syllabus: Melissa Harris Perry
In 2013, Melissa Harris Perry drafted the Black Feminism Syllabus in response to First Lady Michelle Obama being called a “feminist nightmare” - this syllabus shares and suggests resources that explain the distinctiveness of Black feminism.

Inclusive Search and Recruitment Toolkit for Faculty, Graduate Students, and Postdoctoral Fellows
The Inclusive Search and Recruitment Toolkit is a comprehensive toolkit compiled by the Office for Inclusion and Equity (OIE) in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin). 

The Lemonade Syllabus: Benbow and others
The Lemonade Syllabus pays homage to the critically acclaimed Beyonce album of the same title. The Lemonade album was heralded as novel art that celebrates Black women, their beauty, and their multiplicities. The Lemonade Syllabus, inspired by the album, acknowledges and tributes Black women through music, poetry, fiction, and references to Black feminist work.

The MSW@USC Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power and Privilege: Jeremy Goldbach
From the University of Southern California's School of Social Work, this toolkit is meant for anyone who feels there is a lack of productive discourse around issues of diversity and the role of identity in social relationships, both on a micro (individual) and macro (communal) level. Training of this kind can provide historical context about the politics of identity and the dynamics of power and privilege or help build greater self-awareness. 
 

Campus Resources

Campus Map: To find lactation rooms and unisex bathrooms on the College Station campus, select the "Aggie Map Legend" and then check the requested resources.

Glossary: The Office for Diversity provides this glossary of terms and their basic definitions as a resource for the campus and community. To make a submission or revision to the glossary, please use this form or email diversity@tamu.edu. Thank you for helping keep this resource current and relevant. 

The 12th Can Food Pantry: The 12th Can is a student-run food pantry located at Texas A&M built to serve all students, faculty, and staff in need of assistance. We opened our doors in November 2013 and have been privileged enough to serve this community ever since! Any student, faculty, or staff member at Texas A&M University can use the pantry. The 12th Can Food Pantry is open on the second and fourth Wednesday and Thursday of each month.


Students

The links listed below are just a few examples of student organization resources available to students at Texas A&M. To search the Student Activities website for more detailed information on cultural diversity, globalization, and internationalization related student organizations, click here.​
 

Campus Ministry
Department of Multicultural Services
Disability Services
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
International Student Services
Student Assistive Services
Student Counseling Services
Student Government Association Diversity Commission​
Student Health Services
​Veterans Services
Veterans Resource and Support Center
Women’s Resource Center

Faculty & Staff

Center for Teaching Excellence
Dean of Faculties
Faculty Handbook 
Faculty Senate
GLBT Professional Network
Increasing Staff Diversity in the Hiring Process (pdf)
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
Observance of Religious Holidays
Professional Hispanic Network
Women Administrators Network 

Reporting Incidents on Campus

Stop Hate
Tell Somebody
 

Community Resources

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