The Pharmacology and Toxicology (PTX) graduate group is dedicated to promoting diversity by actively encouraging membership of students and faculty of diverse cultural backgrounds, identities and experiences. PTX promotes mentorship, leadership, teaching and research that integrates diverse experiences and philosophies to enrich and expand the educational experience and research accomplishments of its members. Collaboration between faculty and students across departmental boundaries not only creates equal opportunities in Pharmacology and Toxicology, but also engages a diverse scientific community.
Statements of Diversity:
Headed by Dr. Renetta Tull (Vice Chancellor), the Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion seeks to integrate diversity and inclusion efforts within campus policy and community.
Academic Affairs is committed to providing equitable opportunities to all future and current academic appointees at UC Davis, including those who have been historically underrepresented groups in higher education.
The CCC at UC Davis works towards creating a more just and liberated world. They create compassionate community spaces that foster identity development, critical consciousness, and collective innovation.
HDAPP assists individuals and campus units to receive and resolve conflicts and complaints related to harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence and hate and bias.
The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center is a dynamic, responsive and collaborative organization that serves UC Davis and the surrounding region by providing a growing spectrum of programs, resources, outreach and advocacy.
The IMSD Program aims to identify and train underrepresented students to become part of the next generation of research leaders and innovators in biomedical and behavioral sciences.
SISS assists incoming and current international students & families with visa or immigration issues, and maintenance of their legal status while in the United States. SISS also provides orientation, assistance, information, and referral to international students, faculty, and researchers regarding financial, personal, cultural, and academic concerns.
Student Disability Center Specialists approve services and coordinate accommodations to establish equal access to the University’s educational programs.
The WRRC provides education, advocacy, resources, and a safe space that centers the experiences of womxn, transgender, femme, and nonbinary individuals.