5 takeaways from UMich’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

DEI Strategic plan launch

Measuring progress
ANN ARBOR, MI – The University of Michigan has completed year two of its five-year diversity, equity and inclusion strategic plan and is sharing its progress on key initiatives in the plan.

On Monday, Oct. 8, UM kicked off a week-long DEI summit with remarks from President Mark Schlissel and Chief Diversity Officer Robert Sellers, who provided updates on how the university continues to implement its plan.

UM unveiled the strategic plan in October 2016, announcing an $85 million investment in new resources designed to help transform the campus culture. The campus-wide plan serves as an umbrella over 51 unit plans, including all 19 UM schools and colleges, administrative units, student life, athletics and the health system.

The owner of this website has made a commitment to accessibility and inclusion, please report any problems that you encounter using the contact form on this website. This site uses the WP ADA Compliance Check plugin to enhance accessibility.