Doing What Matters: Pathways to Inclusive Excellence

pathways graphicEvents, Trainings, & Resources


American Textures: Film screening and discussion of race relations, sponsored by School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution.
Wednesday, April 13th, 6-8 pm, Merten Hall Rm 1201

SeptemberHispanic Heritage Month
SeptemberSuicide Prevention Month
OctoberADHD Awareness month
OctoberBreast Cancer Awareness Month
OctoberTurn Off the Violence Week
OctoberDiwali/Deepavali Festival of Lights
NovemberNative American and Indigenous Heritage Month
NovemberTransgender Awareness Month and Trangender Day of Remembrance
DecemberWorld AIDS Day
JanuaryDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recognition and Celebration
FebruaryBlack History Month
MarchGreek Week
MarchWomen's History Month
MarchPride Week
MarchWorld Down Syndrome Day
AprilAsian Pacific American Heritage Month
AprilAutism Awareness Month
AprilInternational Week
AprilIslam Awareness Week
  • Dialogue and Difference engages students, faculty, staff, and the community in dialogues to discuss current controversial social and political issues.
  • Diversity and Inclusion: Understanding and Sharing Our Experiences to Help Build an Inclusive Community, Contact: Dr. Elavie NduraPresidential Fellow for Diversity and Inclusion, and Professor of Education
  • Emerge is a one-day training that prepares members of the Mason community to respond to survivors of sexual and relationship violence and to create a network of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to supporting survivors.
  • Inclusive Excellence Learning Community Professional Development
  • Mason CARES (Campus Awareness, Referral, and Education for Suicide Prevention) is designed to train faculty and staff in how to respond to students who may be experiencing distress and suicidal thoughts, guiding them to seeking appropriate assistance.
  • Mason Military Alliance Program is designed to increase faculty and staff awareness and understanding of veterans and active duty students as they return to the classroom during and after military service.
  • ODIME offerings
    • Training and Presentations (including Creating Community; Beyond Diversity; Leadership Development; Identity Development; Systemic Oppression Frameworks)
  • Safe Zone Training
  • Undocu Ally Training

AAC&U Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Excellence

Bias Incident Reporting Process

Campus Climate Committee, Contact: Dr. Dennis Webster, Coordinator   

 Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence

Compliance, Diversity and Ethics (CDE)

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Diversity Research Group, Contact:  Dr. Eden King, Department of Psychology

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQ) Resources

Office of Disability Services (ODS)

Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Excellence (ODIME)

Wellness, Alcohol, and Violence Education and Services

Women and Gender Studies Center