Division of DEI
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion exists because WVU is always striving to create the safe, diverse, welcoming community we all deserve.
The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion offers a
DEI Classroom series to allow individuals in our campus and broader community
to participate in trainings and educational opportunities without having to belong
to a group that is requesting and/or receiving these trainings.
Some examples include:
- Activating the potential of a diverse team
- Addressing discrimination
- Being an ally
- Engaging bystanders to help others
- Identifying abusive behaviors
- Implicit Bias
- Interacting across cultures
- Promoting a diverse, inclusive working environment
- Protecting children and minors on campus
- Supporting survivors of power-based personal violence
To request an in-person training, please use our online form, filling it out as completely as possible so our Education Team can best serve you.
Toolkit for students, faculty and staff; it must be accessed with the WVU email. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide information that will strengthen your knowledge about DEI-related resources available at WVU and nationally.
The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has been working with leaders across WVU to develop diversity, equity and inclusion committees at all of our Schools, Colleges and Units. Many of those committees are already up and running, and we continue to collaborate with others on campus to activate additional committees.
WVU DEI Let's Talk series
Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore has launched a weekly series of short videos exploring topics centered on helping members of the WVU community live, learn and work together with care and respect for each other. A new video will be released each Tuesday, to view previous subjects or receive notifications subscribe to the WVU DEI YouTube channel.
The WVU Faculty Ombudsperson Office
A confidential, independent, informal, and neutral resource for WVU faculty members.
The Faculty Senate includes 131 Senators representing the Morgantown, Beckley, and Keyser campuses. They are responsible for guiding WVU’s academic pursuits, and for communicating faculty opinions and concerns.
Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) in Higher Education resources
The Statler College DEI Committee shares the collection of library resources to support the work of staff, faculty, instructors, administrators, and everyone at West Virginia University. This guide is a collection of contemporary library resources on social justice issues in higher education for all university individuals with WVU login credentials.
Division of Student Life
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity
WVU Statler College is an NCFDD institutional member. To activate your account, visit:
www.facultydiversity.org/join. Select our institution from the drop-down menu,
click Activate Account, register using your institution email address and enjoy!
Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI)The WVU Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) empowers and engages women on campus, helping them achieve their full professional potential and form a community within which the participants can initiate valuable new relationships.
As an academic hub, the ADVANCE Center works with faculty, staff and leaders to disrupt institutional inequities and serves all WVU departments as well as outside institutions to improve climate, culture and collaboration in working teams.