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Diversity Education Network


The Diversity Education Network is a mechanism for amplifying, connecting, and expanding equity, diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and justice capacity building across Rutgers University for students, staff, and faculty.

Trainings and Workshops

Check out the resources available throughout the university to support your growth and development.

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Organizational Partners

The TRHT Campus Center at Rutgers University – Newark (RU-N) will foster and strengthen the collective knowledge and wisdom of the diverse communities in and of the City of Newark. Engaging in an arc of interactive programming designed to change the narrative about race and race relations in Newark and beyond.

The TRHT Center aims to create a positive narrative about race in the community; to promote racial healing activities on campus and in the community; and to erase structural barriers to equal treatment and opportunity within the economic, legal, educational, and residential components of the community.

The Rutgers IT Accessibility Initiative provides resources, such as training and workshops, for the Rutgers community to improve the accessibility of websites, courses, online instruction, and other materials.

The Intercultural Resource Center (RU-N) serves as a catalyst to unite and empower individuals from LGBTQ and diverse communities toward the liberation from systematic structures of oppression. Working to make the learning experience at RU–N a rewarding journey while igniting passions for diversity and social justice.

The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance is committed to creating a community free from violence. We provide services designed to raise awareness of and respond to the impact of interpersonal violence and other crimes. Through a combination of direct service, education, training, policy development, and consulting to the University and broader community, we serve as a critical voice in changing prevailing beliefs and attitudes about violence.

The Office of Teaching Evaluation and Assessment Research (OTEAR) supports teaching and learning through a variety of areas: pedagogy and faculty development, assessment programs, instructional technologies, classroom technologies, and faculty and staff information technologies.

The Center for Research on Ending Violence has successfully established itself as a leader in research. We receive national support from key funders and collaborate with numerous organizations locally and globally. We are committed to producing innovative, multidisciplinary research, with an emphasis on evidence-based prevention and intervention strategies. The scope of our research varies from federally-funded projects to smaller local evaluations.

The Rutgers Office of Disability Services is committed to providing equal educational opportunity for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Nondiscrimination Policy of the University and in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1998, and with the Americans with Disabilities Acts, as Amended in 2008.

The Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services offers adults on the autism spectrum one-of-a-kind support programs that make an independent and fulfilling life possible. Simultaneously, it advances research and ensures that each year, our graduates leave Rutgers prepared to enter careers in support of this underserved population.

The RBHS Office of Faculty Affairs works with the leadership, faculty and administrators across Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) to support an overarching goal of RBHS – to be recognized as one of the best academic health centers in the U.S., known for its education, research, clinical care, and commitment to improving access to health care and reducing health care disparities.

The New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons (NJ-STEP) initiative is an association of higher education institutions in New Jersey that aims (a) to provide higher education courses toward a college degree for students while they are incarcerated, and (b) to assist in their transition to college life upon release from prison.

The Office of Civic Engagement connects Rutgers University–Camden to communities beyond the campus. Working with community partners, we support efforts to meet the challenges facing our host city, county, and region through engaged civic learning, volunteerism and service, community-based research, and integrated efforts and partnerships.

Rutgers is committed to making diversity a way of university life, where all members of our community feel welcome, valued, and respected. Rutgers–Camden students, faculty, and visitors will find resources to learn about diverse communities and their challenges, connect with peers, and receive support.