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EDI - Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee

Human Kinetics Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (EDI)

The objective of the HK EDI Committee is to facilitate a safe, productive, educational environment for all faculty, students and staff in the Faculty of Human Kinetics, through practices designed to eliminate discriminatory barriers regardless of gender, sexuality, age, ethnicity, race, religion, status and ability.

Committee members: 

Co-chair: Stephanie White, Athletic Director
Co-chair: Trevor Dinham, Athletics and Recreation
Dr. Linda Rohr, Dean of The Faculty of Human Kinetics
Dr. Francesco Biondi, Kinesiology
Sarah Sacheli, HK Communications Co-ordinator
Jacob Ouellette, Kinesiology Graduate Student 
Kesha Patel, Kinesiology Undergraduate Student
Jarrod Smith, Lancer Student Athletic Council
Sheila Daudlin, Administrative Assistant to the Dean 


Committee Terms of Reference


Filing Complaints or Concerns

Students, staff, faculty and visitors can file anonymous complaints to the EDI committee. To raise concern or offer feedback anonymously, please click the button below and fill out the form.

EDI Complaints/Concerns


Take our Survey!

We encourage students, staff, faculty, and visitors to share any equity-related feedback with the EDI Committee through our online survey.

EDI Survey


Words Matter

Gender is a large part of language. Our social scripts have become so intertwined with gendered language that the way we view gender is mirrored through our words and actions. Therefore, to invalidate someone’s gender identity is to deny them a significant part of themselves. Using someone’s correct pronouns is a way to respect them and create an inclusive environment. 

Learn More About Pronouns


Human Rights, Equity and Accessiblity at UWindsor

The University of Windsor is committed to providing an equitable working and learning environment that promotes and supports academic achievement. Learn more through UWindsor's Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility


The University of Windsor sits on the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations, comprised of the Ojibwa, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi.