screenshot of the new people, equity, and inclusion websiteA new website highlights projects building equity and justice on campus.

Website highlights projects in Office of the VP, People, Equity, and Inclusion

In tandem with the start of the five-year appointment of Clinton Beckford, the Office of the Vice-President, People, Equity, and Inclusion has launched a new departmental website that highlights the projects building equity and justice on campus.

Formerly the Office of the VP, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, the role’s new name captures the expansion of the portfolio, which includes the Department of Human Resources; the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities; and the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility, as well as its continuing dedication to people, equity, and inclusion.

With its new look and structure, the website invites campus and community members to explore the work of the VP’s office as it relates to anti-racism, organizational development, employee mental health and engagement, and more. Visitors can also find information on events, professional development and funding opportunities, and institutional reports, as well as links to connect with both community and campus partners.

“The new website highlights not only what we have accomplished since this office’s inception two short years ago, but also where we are going, keeping the campus-community abreast of the latest developments in our initiatives and actions,” says Dr. Beckford. “We hope that our campus community will continue to engage with the office and access the website for the most up-to-date information and to get involved with our events and activities.”

Explore the new VP, People, Equity, and Inclusion, site at