We have both faculty and staff diversity committees — contact either to convey your suggestions and ideas on any diversity or climate-related issue.
Diverse. Accountable. Respectful. Equitable.
The faculty of the Texas A&M University College of Science are dedicated to academic excellence in learning and scholarship and to serving society through research, teaching, and public service.
The college is committed to using its financial reasources to improve climate & diversity.
Presentations & Reports
Each year the college produces a report highlighting our diversity and climate activities and successes. A summary of the report is presented to the Council on Climate and Diversity (CCD).
The mission of the ADVANCE Center is to transform Texas A&M University by enhancing and sustaining gender equity and improving representation of women faculty in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Allies include staff, faculty, and students at Texas A&M University who display an Ally placard outside their office or residence hall room. This sign identifies them as individuals who are willing to provide a safe haven, a listening ear, and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people or anyone dealing with sexual orientation issues.
The GLBT Resource Center is a resource and referral center dedicated to providing a safe and affirming location on campus for all students regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
The Faculty Ombuds Officer serves as an independent, confidential, and impartial resource for faculty. The primary responsibility of the ombuds officer will be to raise and clarify issues and concerns, identify opinions, and request assistance to informally resolve workplace conflicts.
The Ombuds Officer serves as an informal, neutral and confidential resource for graduate students to discuss questions and concerns related to their graduate experience.
The Department of Multicultural Services is located in Suite 2200 of the Memorial Student Center. Their goals are to assist underrepresented students transitioning to Texas A&M University while providing academic and educational services for all students.
The University Staff Council (USC) stated mission is to represent the interests of and address the issues impacting both classified and non-classified staff employees under the leadership of the Texas A&M University President.
The mission of the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity is to facilitate, coordinate, advance, amplify, inform, and monitor the University and its many units as we develop our strength in — and evidence of — respect for diversity.
If a member of the University community observes any behavior that is concerning and needs to be brought to the attention of the Special Situations Team, individuals may go to http://tellsomebody.tamu.edu
Alternatively, individuals may call the following numbers during business hours:
- In reference to student behavior: 979-845-3111
- In reference to staff behavior: 979-845-3711
- In reference to faculty behavior: 979-845-4274
The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community of over 71,000 graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members. We are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers.
Texas A&M contact for NCFDD is Dr. Blanca Lupiani, Associate Dean of Faculties, email@example.com
The Texas A&M NOBCChE chapter was established in 2012 to stimulate interest and promote awareness in chemistry, chemical engineering and related areas for under-represented students. The chapter’s main focus is to encourage these students to pursue advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.