Roger Nober ‘86 Appointed to Texas Holocaust, Genocide, and Antisemitism Advisory Commission by Governor Greg Abbott
The Vice President for Institutional Equity and Access and the division of IDEA work with students, employees, alumni, and The Board of Managers to both affirm and illustrate Haverford’s commitment to becoming an antiracist college and make Haverford a more welcoming place where all know that they belong and their voices are heard. We work in close partnership with the Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion team.
Our work includes:
- Providing materials and links to important resources that relate to equity, belonging, and restorative justice.
- In a culture of accountability, creating multiple spaces for sharing ideas about how to make the community more welcoming and inclusive, including an anonymous feedback form and community updates.
- Partnering with Senior Staff to secure financial resources to support programs and initiatives, including student-led offerings, focused on diversity, equity, inclusion, access, and antiracism.
Antiracism & DEI Commitments
This site serves as a progress report on diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism actions organized into four central areas: student experience, academic program, community life, and faculty and staff recruitment, retention, and development.
This year, the Interim CDO has organized a series of conversations designed to bring us into conversation with each other on critical topics facing our community and our world. Once completed, recordings will be included here.
- The Future of Work: Building Capacities for Tomorrow's Intergenerational Leaders [December 2021]
- The Changing Face of the Professoriate [January 2022]
- Community Care As Activism [March 15, 2022]
Haverford is a member of the Liberal Arts Diversity Officers (LADO) consortium. This group of peer institutions offers resources and support for strategies supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and promoting the thriving of all community members.
Contact hc-idea [at] haverford.edu with any questions.
We at the College recognize that we live and work on Lenape land, and pay respect and honor to the caretakers of this land, from the time of its first human inhabitants until now, and into the future. We seek to maintain and build upon our current and ever-evolving connections with members of Lenape tribes and communities, in recognition of our intertwined histories and with a goal of moving toward right relationship between the Haverford of today and Lenape peoples.