Inclusive Excellence is the active process of including and respecting everyone as we strive for excellence and equitable outcomes in all we do at the University of Florida. Daily actions toward Inclusive Excellence are the responsibility of every one of us.
ABCs of fostering Inclusive Excellence at UF:
- Advocate for everyone’s success.
- Be an ally to others as you partner with your colleagues on DEI work.
- Celebrate your successes!
Below you will find recommended links for information and opportunities.
- Asian Pacific Islander Desi Affairs
- Black Affairs
- CISE Slack Group
- College Resources
- Disability Resource Center
- Gatorship is an all-inclusive on-campus and virtual weekend retreat for UF students interested in learning about social justice and their role in creating a more equitable and just campus environment.
- Hispanic-Latinx Affairs
- LGBTQ+ Affairs
- Multicultural and Diversity Affairs
- UF Admissions – Diversity & Inclusion
- UF Office of the Chief Diversity Officer
- Certificate in Multi-Cultural Mentoring
- Foundational Diversity Workshop
- Graduate School Events and Workshops
- Check out these professional development workshops and events sponsored by the Graduate School and its partners on campus and beyond.
- Mentoring at UF
- Real-Talk Workshops
- UF Asian Faculty and Staff Association
- Latinx Staff and Faculty Association
- LGBTQ+ Affairs Faculty & Staff Resources
CS Teaching Tips
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- Volunteers for International Student Affairs (VISA)
- Vietnamese Student Organization (VSO)
- Taiwanese Student Association (TSA)
- Sparks Magazine
- Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)
- Queer Asians and Pacific Islanders (QAPI)
- Pakistani Students’ Association (PSA)
- Navigators International Program
- Korean Undergraduate Student Association (KUSA)
- Japanese Club (JClub)
- Islam On Campus (IOC)
- Indian Students Association (ISA)
- Freshmen Leadership Program (FLP)
- Filipino Student Association (FSA)
- Chinese American Student Association (CASA)
- Bangladeshi Student Association (BSA)
- Asian American Student Union (AASU)
- African Americans/Africans/African Diaspora in Electrical and Computer Engineering
- African Student Union (ASU)
- Black Student Union
- Caribbean Student Association (CaribSA)
- Haitian American Student Association
- Jamaican-American Student Association (JAMSA)
- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
- Progressive Black Men Inc.
- Argentine Student Association
- Argentine Tango Club
- Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
- Brazilian Student Association (BRASA)
- Central American Latino Organization (CALOR)
- Cuban American Student Association (CASA)
- Dominican Student Association (DSA)
- Gator Salsa Club
- Hispanic Student Association
- Mexican-American Student Association (MASA)
- Peruvian American Student Society (PASS)
- Por Colombia
- Sabor Latino
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
- Union de Estudiantes Puertorriqueños Activos (UEPA)
- Venezuelan Student Association (VENSA)
Committees on Inclusion Diversity Equity and Access (IDEA)
Kyla McMullen, Ph.D., has agreed to serve as CISE’s representative on the College’s IDEA committee.
In addition to having faculty representation on IDEA, the department also has a CISE IDEA committee, which includes faculty, staff and students.
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