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  • USF dismantling systemic racism

  • Diversity, Anti-Racism & Equity Dashboard: Learn more about the data project underpinning USF’s ongoing journey to institutional transformation.

    The Journey to Institutional Transformation The last 10 years at USF have been defined by sweeping changes to our campus culture, a commitment to student success and unparalled transformation. Read more about our journey and accomplishments along the way.

  • 10 Years at USF: Towards Diversity, Anti-Racism and Equity

    A Path to Institutional Transformation The last 10 years at USF have been defined by sweeping changes to our campus culture, a commitment to student success and unparalleled transformation. Read more about our journey and accomplishments along the way.

Enlightenment Workshop Series 2022-2023

The Enlightenment Series seeks to foster a culture of inclusive excellence at The University of South Florida. The series aims to create a space to reflect on concrete ways that USF faculty and staff can embrace diversity, advance racial equity, and facilitate an inclusive environment where faculty, students, and staff can flourish. View the Enlightenment Workshop Series page to register for the upcoming workshop and view the schedule for the other workshops, which will be held throughout the year.

Enlightenment Workshop Series Page 

VP DEI Search Update

Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Search

The University of South Florida is searching for its next Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The search committee has now created a full position description. Learn more about this position by clicking the image above.

REACH Museum Studies

Participants in the REACH Montgomery Museum Studies program visited several museums and other sites that commemorate the civil rights movement in the United States.

USF professors studied the civil rights movement during REACH Montgomery Museum Studies program in Alabama. Twenty-one educators, including eight professors from the University of South Florida went to learn more about the movement and reflect on its role in the nation’s history.