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Resources to support the Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Belonging (DEI-AB) Framework


The AA-SA DEI-AB (Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Belonging) framework is meant to help the Division of Academic Affairs and the Division of Student Affairs align their efforts to advance the University’s commitment to educational equity as articulated in Reach Higher 2025. As Divisions, we seek to create a shared understanding of a DEI-AB approach in order to help make decisions and prioritize towards intentional outcomes. We are committed to strengthening our living, learning, and working environment by recognizing and removing the barriers to full participation and providing a safe, inclusive, vibrant community for all. This toolkit contains resources that support the DEI-AB Framework. Authors of this guide were: Alisha Davis, Ashley Rosener, Dawn Rutecki, Bree Chesser, Dana Vaughn, Dwayne Tunstall, Megan Woller-Skar, Amy Campbell, Nick Baine, Vijay Bhuse, Xinli Wang, Kyle Brink, Ben Walsh, and Janelle Manuel.

If you have any suggested edits/additions, please reach out to Ashley Rosener, Liaison Librarian, at The two executive sponsors for this guide are Dean of the University Libraries and Vice Provost for Instructional Development and Innovation.

Highlighted Resources to Begin With

Academic Supports and Curriculum

Community Engagement

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