Tribute to Dr. James E. Bowman
The University of Chicago Medicine's commitment to collaboration and inclusion was fueled by James E. Bowman, MD, the first tenured African-American professor in the Biological Sciences Division. Read more »
A series of programs to help you learn and think about facets of diversity and inclusion. RSVP by clicking on the flier below.
Safe Space Thinkshop will be held on Thursday, June 29th from 12:00 - 1:30pm at the Gordon Center for Integrative Science, Room W301. This an opportunity to learn and dialogue about being an ally to queer and trans people. Specifically, you'll learn about the langage, culture, and the experiences of LGBTQ+ community members. Click on the flier below to register.
Tobias Spears has joined the BSD Office of Diversity & Inclusion as our Associate Director for Diversity Initiatives. He has worked in diversity and inclusion for over four years at Bowling Green State University, and prior to that, he spent seven years at Georgia Tech within their Department of Housing. Most recently, he served as Director of the LGBTQ Student Life Office here at the University of Chicago.
The Biological Sciences Division, Pritzker School of Medicine, and University of Chicago Medical Center are jointly launching a process to establish new Resource Groups (RGs).
Resources groups may be formed and led by faculty, staff, residents, and students. Groups exist to connect members of the BSD and UCMC with each other, advance our strategic objectives and establish mutually beneficial relationships between members of the RG, students and trainees, and the communities that we serve. Resource groups are an excellent resource to foster awareness, respect and inclusion by connecting like-minded people. Click here to learn more about how to apply to create a resource group.
The BSD Office of Diversity and Inclusion was created to define and accelerate the role of diversity in research, education in medicine and the biological sciences, and the University of Chicago community. By creating a culture of diversity and inclusion, we can better serve our students, faculty, staff, and patients. To learn more about this initiative, read a message from Dean Kenneth S. Polonsky, MD »