Assistant Professor Christina Woo (top center in a light blue button down) and her lab members, caught in a moment of levity
We know diversity—of backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities—is crucial to solving the increasingly complex problems of our modern world. We strive to build an inclusive environment that attracts and supports talented individuals of all racial, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and disabilities, so our community can continue to make valuable discoveries and improve our world.
The University offers a number of resources, groups, and educational opportunities to help our diverse communities thrive and grow and to encourage our entire community to confront ingrained biases and engage with colleagues in a meaningful way.
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