Let us Strive for a Collective Commitment to Equity
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion supports the University’s mission of creating a more diverse learning community. Developmental and proactive in its approach and reactive to the constant challenges to inclusion and equity in our community and our society, ODI organizes its efforts around offering compelling and representative programming, influencing and enhancing equitable policies, and elevating and informing inclusive practices.
These efforts promote a safe, growth-minded, and engaged campus community, wherein students, staff, and faculty – within and across multiple identities – can feel supported and valued in their academic, social, and professional endeavors. Ultimately, ODI recognizes that “diversity” is not enough, and “inclusion” is but a step towards the ultimate goal of sustaining “equity” for all members of our community.
Realizing Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (R.I.D.E.)
For more information about R.I.D.E. at Wake Forest, please visit this website.
Women’s History Month
The Women’s Center invites faculty, staff, and students to observe and celebrate Women’s History Month.
We encourage you to participate in the various activities featured on the events calendar.
Our partnerships across campus help further the vision for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
ODI Program Offerings
Professional development opportunities for diversity, equity, and inclusion are available to all Wake Forest students, staff, and faculty. These options contribute to the individual growth of attendees and may also lead to organizational development
Register and learn more about our collection of signature programming.
This student-curated exhibit introduces visitors to the South Asian caste system and the place of Dalits (formerly known as untouchables) in it. Visitors will see objects traditionally associated with Dalit occupation and learn about Dalit views on dignity and their rights. The exhibit not only introduces social situations …
Offerings are an important part of daily life in Bali. Part of Indonesia, the island’s culture draws on Hindu religious practices that emphasize giving as an act of devotion. Flowers, incense, fruits, snacks, and money are grouped into offerings and dedicated at temples or at home. Meaningful objects …
This colorful exhibit showcases five significant collections that have been donated to the Lam Museum within the last two years. Visitors will see Latin American masks; clothing from Oaxaca, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, and Albania; and, a selection of Yoruba objects from Nigeria. Admission is free.