The Clinical Science in Child and Adolescent Psychology Diversity Committee is a faculty and student collaboration that aims to recruit, train and retain diverse faculty and students. Our goal is to cultivate a climate of inclusion in which everyone is valued as an individual. We are committed to continued development and improvement in issues of diversity and inclusion within the program. Feedback from faculty and students of all backgrounds is always welcome; please contact Committee Chair Stacy Frazier.
We have three subcommittees: Ethics and Diversity Curricula, Retention and Recruitment, and Student Support. Each committee is dedicated to increasing diversity initiatives within and across programs in the psychology department.
- Ethics and Diversity Curricula: Maintains the objective of increasing diversity training opportunities in coursework, research, and practicum.
- Recruitment and Retention: Focuses on recruiting and retaining diverse faculty and students through increased outreach, visibility, and initiatives.
- Student Support: Provides an inclusive and confidential support group for all students across programs to openly discuss and problem-solve common barriers related to successful graduate performance.