Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) are integral to our practice as communicators, storytellers, and innovators. We believe our responsibility is to foster an open and welcoming environment that aspires to attract, recruit, and sustain diverse students, faculty, and staff. Diversity is among the main drivers of institutional excellence, and we are proud to embrace and promote broad communities of knowledge, backgrounds, and experiences. Our efforts to advance DEI are guided by a shared vision grounded in a culture of caring, belonging, transparency, and accountability.
In alignment with the University’s DEI Report and Plan, we commit to actively challenging, disrupting, and dismantling systems that reinforce and maintain historical and contemporary social inequalities. We are dedicated to ongoing dialogue to strengthen our commitment to social justice, advocacy, and activism. We strive to be DEI thought leaders who inspire, influence and cultivate progress in our College and throughout the MSU community.
Seven new faculty join the top ranked College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University, bringing additional expertise in research related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. ComArtSci plans to hire an additional seven faculty this year.Read more
WKAR Connects the community with local resources and services on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault and much more. The new multiplatform community service campaign will feature nonprofits and organizations such as End Violent Encounters (EVE), Small Talk and others.
Cicero wrote that gratitude is "not only the greatest of virtues, but also the parent of the others." Though Cicero may have overstated his case a bit, there is mounting evidence that gratitude may be a super virtue. In other words, gratitude may be a superpower that spawns other virtues, positive habits of mind, and everyday behaviors.Read more
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