University, Community, & Departmental Resources:

 UA Diversity & Inclusion (Strategic Diversity Plan)

 Dr. Christine Taylor, UA VP & Associate Provost for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,

UA Diversity & Inclusion: This page includes links to UA resources, initiatives and programs, events and news, incident reporting, and more. The helpful Multicultural Resource Guide listed under the Resources tab on this site includes a variety of student and faculty groups, community resources, congregation centers, ethnic and international businesses, and university resources.

 Technology Accessibility initiative:

Office of Disability Services: (students)

Employee accommodations: Human Resources Service Center,

UA Division of Student Life Diversity & Inclusion links:

 UA College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Recruiting Expo (GREX:
Last weekend of Feb. Supports recruitment esp. of women and underrepresented groups. Food, lodging, up to $500 travel. Apply to graduate program first. Dept. must cost-share. Expect offer of admission.

Tide Together.
Mentoring program for first-generation, women in STEM, and racial and ethnic minority graduate students. Matches faculty mentors and graduate student peer mentors. Faculty contact: Andrea Glenn. Danielle is involved as peer member.


UA BFSA Dr. Andre Denham, President

McNair Scholars Visitation Day, Nov 5,

Dr. Roger Sidje, Associate Dean, Multicultural Affairs; Grad recruiting expo;
Support $ for CUDCP diversity event noted above:

 Capstone Alliance campus organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, (LGBTQ+) and allied faculty, staff, and graduate students.

 Alabama Alliance for Equity in Graduate and Professional Education (Dr. Sara Stromeyer)

Practicing Inclusive Engagement PIE workshop (Dr. Lane McLelland)

 Provost Strategic Diversity Report 2016-2017 Action Steps: 1.The University will establish and/or maintain university-wide offices/positions/initiatives that provide leadership in providing opportunities for and/or promoting a diverse, inclusive and respectful campus environment.2.The University will offer and publicize opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to learn about and participate in a variety ofacademic, cultural, and celebratory experiences that broaden the participants’ understanding of and appreciation for diversity and the emerging global society.3.The University will offer and promote diversity, anti-discrimination and harassment training and resources for members of the campus community.

UA Equal Opportunity programs:

UAS Board of Trustees Resolution:

 UA Faculty Senate Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee: 

Capstone International Center & International Student & Scholar Services (Hosts a weekly  International Coffee Hour at 109 Comer Hall)

Professional organization supports for diversity (training, funding, etc.) APA resources:

Suinn Minority Achievement Program Award:

Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs

Minority fellowship program:

Women’s Programs Office:

Socioeconomic Status Office:

Disabilities Office:

Health Disparities Office:

Office on Aging:

 Resolution on Multiple Indicators of Admission:

APAGS Committee for Advancement of Racial and Ethnic Diversity Strategic Plan (2019):

APA Presidential Task Force on Enhancing Diversity Report (2005)

AP-LS Diversity in Psychology and Law Research Award:

APAGS Guide for Supporting Trans and Gender Divese (TGD) Students: 

ABCT SIGs: (African Americans in Behavior Therapy, Hispanic Issues in Behavior Therapy, Native American Issues, Oppression and Resilience/Minority Mental health, Sexual and Gender Minority)



 Ford Foundation fellowships:


Racism Impacts:

TedMed Talk: How Racism Makes Us Sick (Dr. David R. Williams)

Cognitive Reserve and Racial Privilege in STEM (Mélise Edwards):

Maintaining Professionalism In The Age of Black Death Is… A Lot (Shenequa Golding)

George Floyd, Minneapolis Protests, Ahmaud Arbery & Amy Cooper | The Daily Social Distancing Show (Trevor Noah)

I am so tired (Dr. Robert M. Sellers)

Conversations & Educational Materials:

RESilience (American Psychological Association): Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Communication about Race:

For Our White Friends Desiring to be Allies (Courtney Ariel)

Community Healing Network: Resources

“Talking About Race.” The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture’s powerful web portal provides digital tools, online exercises, video instructions, scholarly articles, and more than 100 multimedia resources tailored for educators, parents, and caregivers, as well as individuals committed to racial equality.

“Raising White Kids: On How White Parents Can Talk About Race.” In this NPR podcast, Michel Martin talks to Jennifer Harvey, author of Raising White Kids: Bringing Up Children in a Racially Unjust America, about how to talk with white kids about racially charged events: Also, How White Parents Can Talk To Their Kids About Race:

How Kids Learn About Race:

ABA 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge:

Sharing Hope: An African American Guide to Mental Health

Black and African American Communities and Mental Health Statistics

How to Overcome Stigma in the African American Community

Supporting Black and African American LGBTQ Youth

U.S. HHS Office of Minority Health Black History Month Infographic

Black History Month Social Media Toolkit

‘Black Minds Matter’: UCLA Health experts address mental health needs of the Black community and the role of racism

Principles for Anti-Racist Policy Making

10 Keys to Everyday Anti-Racism

What Does It Mean to be Antiracist

Facts About Institutional Racism in the Mental Health Industry

He’s Not a Criminal, He’s in Crisis

Discrimination and Racism in the History of Mental Health Care

Professional Resources:

White Fragility: Resources (Dr. Robin DiAngelo)

Actionable Steps for Therapists (And All Human Beings) In Response to the Racial Pandemic (Samantha Janvier & Dr. Amy E. Ellis)

Concrete Steps for Recruiting, Supporting, and Advancing Underrepresented Minoritized Scientists (Jamie Castrellon & colleagues)

Prejudiced patients: Ethical considerations for addressing patients’ prejudicial comments in psychotherapy (Dr. Hayden Mbroh)

What is PTSD and How Does it Differ from Racial Stress and Trauma? (Dr. Juliette McClendon)

Addressing Diversity in PTSD Treatment: Disparities in Treatment Engagement and Outcome Among Patients of Color (Dr. Juliette McClendon)

Toward a Manifesto for Diverse Psychological Science (Dr. Enrique W. Neblett, Jr.)

Activists of Color Guide to Managing Burnout (Dr. Karen Suyemoto, Lorraine Alire, Anna Hall, Kaitlyn Gorman)

Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation (Derald Wing Sue)