The Center for Jewish Studies shares Harvard University’s commitment to fostering a campus culture where everyone can thrive, a key to which is ensuring that we each experience a profound sense of inclusion and belonging.
Harvard has established the following five core values:
- Respect the rights, differences and dignity of others
- Demonstrate honesty and integrity in all dealings
- Pursue excellence conscientiously in one’s work
- Be accountable for the actions and conduct in the community
- Cultivate bonds and bridges that enable all to grow and learn from one another
Harvard Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Resources
- The Harvard University Office for Gender Equity (OGE) empowers and supports the Harvard community to advance a climate of gender equity and inclusion through evidence-based educational initiatives, excellence in research and practice, and delivery of direct services.
- The Office for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging works with stakeholders and partners across the University to guide Harvard’s culture toward inclusive excellence. Visit the OEDIB Get Support page for a comprehensive list of all of Harvard resources.
- OEDIB Events Calendar
- The Harvard College Women’s Center provides space and creates opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and alumnae to explore women’s and gender issues, build community, and promote mutual understanding around women’s advancement.
- The Accessible Education Office (AEO) partners with FAS students with visible and invisible disabilities to identify barriers and implement plans for access. Through collaboration with the campus community, we foster an environment of equity and inclusion.
- The GSAS Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging serves the needs of the graduate student community through social, professional development and academic activities, and advising.
- The FAS Office for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging is responsible for conceiving, developing, and overseeing strategies to advance and support equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging (EDIB) for all constituencies (students, faculty, staff, academic, and administrative units) across the FAS.
- The FAS Diversity Dialogues are forums for FAS staff and faculty to build awareness around a range of issues related to diversity and inclusion.
Reporting Resources for all Harvard affiliates
If you need to talk to someone NOW:
– Call the SHARE Confidential Crisis Hotline at +1 (617) 495-9100
– visit the OGE’s Crisis Support Page for more options.
Harvard Ombuds Office – An independent, neutral and confidential place for visitors to discuss their academic and workplace issues and concerns.