Category: Campus Climate
On Nov. 16 and 17, UF will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies for both the Institute for Black Culture and the Institute of Hispanic-Latino Culture — better known as the IBC and La Casita.
UF strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for faculty, staff and students. These commitments are reflected in our policies as well as in the protections and support provided to those who need it. The federal law known as the Drug-Free Workplace Act requires UF to maintain a drug-free workplace. UF is committed to […]
A directory of UF’s Campus Diversity Liaisons can now be found on the CDO website.
UF Engaged is UFHR’s new approach to TEAMS staff appraisals designed to encourage regular feedback, rather than a once-a-year evaluation.
Carsten Tams believes the best way for an organization to successfully navigate change is by creating power among its employees while maintaining a deep sense of trust in the human desires to learn, create and seek new challenges.
Nov. 25 has been designated the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the beginning of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.
Led by the UF Faculty and Staff Climate Survey Working Group, university members have been working diligently on action items and initiatives in the areas of inclusiveness, professional advancement and respect.
From the time he was a young child, Antonio Farias has been acutely aware of the differences among us, as well as the many ways we navigate those differences to fulfill a common mission.
The University of Florida strives to provide a safe and healthy environment for its faculty, staff and students — and these commitments are reflected in our policies as well as the protections and support provided to those who may need it.
More than 70 people attended a recent town hall organized to give students an opportunity to share their concerns and solutions to improve the campus climate with President Kent Fuchs and other administrators, including Vice President for Human Resources Jodi Gentry.
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