Promotion of Diversity and Inclusiveness Award
In 2017, the Clinical Psychology Program received the Dean’s Award for the Promotion of Diversity & Inclusiveness in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS). This award is granted to individuals or academic departments/programs that exemplify a commitment to the cause of enhancing diversity in the CAS. The award highlights best practices and honors the individual(s) or department/program responsible for creating or enhancing an inclusive environment for education.
As a department, we are committed to providing continuing education for faculty and students on issues relevant to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Below you will find information from recent events.
In Spring 2019, the Psychology Department held its first annual Diversity Event, which was focused on reducing the impact of microaggressions in academic settings. We were lead by UNCG's Office of Intercultural Engagement. This new annual event is made possible by the Norm Anderson fund.
Resources related to the event:
Inclusive Data Collection
In Spring 2019, the Psychology Department held a workshop for faculty and graduate students on Inclusive and Comprehensive Demographic Data Collection, which was funded by a College of Arts and Sciences Diversity "Mini-Grant". Thank you to Dr. Rachel Arocho (of UNC Chapel Hill's Carolina Population Center) for a great presentation.
- Defining Attributes and Metrics of Effective Research Mentoring Relationships (Pfund et al., 2016)
- Mentoring the Mentors of Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Minorities Who are Conducting HIV Research: Beyond Cultural Competency (Walters et al., 2016)
- Collectors, Nightlights, and Allies, Oh My: White Mentors in the Academy (Martinez-Cola, 2020)
Diversity and Inclusion
Our department is committed to providing outlets and resources for faculty and students who have concerns or questions around diversity-related issues. You can submit a question or information via the button below, or you can contact one of our 2 faculty Diversity and Inclusion Liasons: Drs. Jasmine DeJesus and Michaeline Jensen.