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For Faculty and Staff

Promoting Cultural Competency

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Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Both Ohio University and the Heritage College's Office of Inclusion offer educational programming for staff and faculty that supports the institutions' commitment to diversity.

Bias Reporting Tool

The Bias Reporting Tool is available to report bias or hate-motivated incidents you may witness or experience in our academic community. For more details visit the "About This Tool" page.

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Content Review Portal

The Office of Inclusion has developed a review process to assist in reducing content that contains unconscious bias. Utilizing this portal is strongly encouraged, but not required. The portal was created intentionally for faculty and staff of the Heritage College,

Only the Office of Inclusion will review materials submitted. Any feedback points are suggestions only.

We know that by taking the time to submit content and have it reviewed by the Office of Inclusion that you value and have prioritized diversity and inclusion. We appreciate your efforts and look forward to continuing to work together in building a community of mutual respect that accepts and embraces diversity. 

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Ohio University Resources

OHIO SafeZone Training

Open to all Ohio University students, staff, faculty and community members, this program raises awareness about the dynamics of gender and sexual orientation while exploring different ways to embody inclusiveness.

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OHIO Equity and Civil Rights Compliance

The Ohio University Office of Equity and Civil Rights Compliance offers training that supports the university’s commitment to establish a campus community that is inclusive and accessible to all abilities.

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Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence Programs

The Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence is a statewide nonprofit membership agency aimed at reducing health disparities in Ohio. The organization sponsors lectures, conferences and educational sessions.

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