Diversity & Inclusion: Resources & Reporting
Many Voices, One Future – overview of the University’s commitment and programs working toward diversity and inclusion.
Recruitment and Outreach – overview of where the diversity and inclusion team will be recruiting throughout the year.
Student Resources – information on the available resources for current students and find a complete listing of seminars, symposia and other events that explore topics relevant to academic success, work/life balance, families at Princeton, professional development, and more.
Sexual Misconduct and Title IX – overview of the University’s comprehensive program designed to protect members of the University community from discrimination on the basis of sex or gender, which includes sexual misconduct such as sexual harassment and sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence.
Rules, Rights, and Responsibilities – a concise reference and guide for all members of the Princeton University community. Included here are brief statements of University policies most likely to be applicable to and of interest to all University constituencies.
Access, Diversity & Inclusion at The Graduate School – a source of support and information for those of diverse nationality, religion, gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, political viewpoint, socioeconomic status, and veteran status.
Princeton University Health Services, McCosh Health Center – This fully accredited health care facility provides quality medical, mental health, and wellness services to Princeton community members and their dependents. The multidisciplinary clinical staff are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week during the academic year. The Health Promotion and Prevention Services are normally provided at McCosh but are currently provided remotely, via video conferencing. The Counseling & Psychological Services are available at no cost to currently enrolled students and their dependents.
Student Affinity Groups – contacts for student groups that support and serve underrepresented minorities in graduate school.
QuIC (Queer In Chemistry) is a departmental organization supporting the LGBTQIA+ and allied communities within Princeton Chemistry. The group offers social events such as game nights; professional development events, such as queer-focused research symposia; and networking opportunities, such as seminars with queer-identified chemists. Everyone is welcome to join regardless of identity. Those interested in QuIC can sign up for the group’s mailing list to stay informed about upcoming events and announcements.
LGBT Center – The Princeton University LGBT Center supports and empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual students and employees by providing community-building, education, events and initiatives. Of special interest is the Out in STEM affinity group housed in the Center, which offers events at the beginning of each semester; inquire through the Center website.
The Women*s Center – Building upon a legacy of fierce activism and advocacy, the Center incorporates a commitment to inclusive and intersectional feminism, an approach that centers equity and racial justice, particularly for people of marginalized identities.
Princeton Women in Chemistry – Women in Chemistry (WIC) is a social and professional network of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, staff, and faculty dedicated to supporting and promoting women in chemistry. Through monthly socials, discussions with female faculty and visiting speakers, topical meetings, professional development, and other events, WIC fosters community among and strengthens the support system between women in chemistry.
Tigers with Cubs – A group of Princeton University graduate students and postdocs with or expecting children.
Office of Disability Services – Facilitates accommodation of students and other campus members with disabilities.
Office of Religious Life – A resource for questioning, individual counseling, discussions in classrooms or broader public settings, and other kinds of partnerships, this Office seeks to engender the broadest kinds of exploration of religion, ethics, public policy, and community well-being.