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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The Office of Fellowships & Scholarships, as a unit within Undergraduate Studies, is committed to fostering diversity, equity and inclusion.

  • In Fall 2016 a new position, the Peer Outreach Advisor, was added to help increase visibility and outreach of the Office to underrepresented groups.
  • Dr. Wallen has been through Safe Zone training and was part of the Spring 2017 cohort of Social Justice Fellows in the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
  • In keeping with the Code of Ethics and Core Values for the National Association of Fellowship Advisors, our Office is dedicated to treating all constituents "fairly, equitably, and in a non- discriminatory manner."

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