At IU School of Medicine, the commitment to diversity includes race, ethnicity, gender and gender identity, religion, socio-economic status, age, geography of origin and residence, sexual orientation, disability, work style and other aspects of human attributes and behaviors. The school offers focused, systematic and sustained programs that are aligned with the three foundational pillars: representational diversity, inclusive working and learning environment, and cultural competence.
Schoolwide Advocacy and Support
IU School of Medicine strives to provide a positive, inclusive environment that is conducive to teaching and learning. The school embodies the core values of excellence, respect, integrity, diversity and cooperation. Learners or faculty who believe they’ve experienced or witnessed mistreatment are strongly encouraged to report it through the Mistreatment Incident Report Form.
This team is further enhanced by the work of Brianna Miller, Jacqueline Mac (Graduate Assistant) and Jasmyn Middlebrooks (Front Desk Coordinator).
The commitment to a strong and diverse working and learning environment extends beyond IU School of Medicine to encompass all of Indiana University. IU School of Medicine faculty, students and staff are encouraged to connect with the groups and resources that best meet their needs at various stages of training and career progression.
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