Contacts & Resources :
- Department Chair: Christina Sunardi, email@example.com
- Department Student Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Arts Diversity Council: email@example.com
- Dance Student Association: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department of Dance Diversity Committee: This committee comprised of faculty, staff, and students advises the chair of the department on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Department of Dance. Rotating facilitator. Contact Rachael Lincoln (email@example.com) with questions and suggestions.
- Faculty Meeting Student Liaison: Tania Nambo-Escobar, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out ways to voice a concern, file a complaint or report and get action, make suggestions and offer solutions at the Department of Dance.
ADC is a student-run council. We are dedicated to supporting students of color interested in pursuing the arts by providing them with a safe and uplifting environment to share their concerns and create on/off-campus community engagement.
The Ombud serves the entire University of Washington community by providing a collaborative and confidential environment to discuss your situation, consider options, and develop a plan for the future
What are microaggressions? What are the type of reactions that people targeted may experience in response to microaggressions? And what are strategies for dealing with microaggressions in your classroom?
If you encounter or suspect incidents of bias, you are encouraged to file a report, which will be reviewed by the UW’s Bias Incident Advisory Committee. Whenever possible, bias reports will be reviewed within two to four business days.
The University Complaint Investigation and Resolution Office (UCIRO) investigates complaints that a University employee has violated the University’s non-discrimination and/or non- retaliation policies.
This website provides victims of sexual violence with important online resources that reflect the UW’s commitment to preventing and responding to sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, relationship violence, domestic violence, stalking and sexual harassment. Here you will find ways to get confidential support, how to address safety concerns, where to receive medical care and counseling and information on reporting sexual assault.
The University of Washington Q Center is a fierce, primarily student run resource center dedicated to serving anyone with or without a gender or sexuality- UW students, staff, faculty, alum, and community members. We host and support student groups, put on regular programming events, house a lending library, and amplify student voices on our Student Blog. The Q center is located at the Husky Union Building, Room 315.