The Lundquist College of Business seeks to actively foster a welcoming and respectful environment that allows each stakeholder—students, faculty, staff, and community members—to thrive.
An important aspect of our mission is to educate Oregon's future business leaders, which requires engaging all stakeholders in the understanding that diversity, integrity, inclusion, and respect are critical for a successful organization. We aim to recruit and retain a diverse student body by promoting an environment in which the full range of ideas, experiences, and perspectives of individual members are valued and respected. We are also dedicated to ensuring that all individuals hired for positions at the Lundquist College share these values as we work to improve access, excellence, and inclusion for all.
Student organizations are an integral part of the Lundquist College experience. The college's dynamic, diverse, and popular student clubs ensure you’ll feel connected to your peers—not in competition with them.
Here is a selection of Lundquist College clubs with a focus on inclusivity:
- Diverse Organization of Business Students
- International Business Association
- International Business and Economics Club
- Net Impact
- Women in Business
There are even more clubs, groups, and support services to explore in the greater UO community, with events taking place every day:
Scholarships and Funding
- DEI Funding Requests: The DEI provides funding assistance to members of the UO community to facilitate the institutionalization of equity, inclusion, and diversity on campus. Funding is available to faculty, staff, students, and academic and administrative units for event support, research support, professional development, programming or curriculum development, conference travel expenses, and more.
- Diversity Scholarships: The UO offers a handful of scholarships recognizing students for their educational achievements and contributions to diversity and inclusion on campus and in their communities.
- Graduate Fellowships, Scholarships, and Grants: The DEI lists several funding sources for grad students who identify as part of a minority group.
- Lundquist College scholarships:
How do I report an incident of bias, discrimination, or hate?
Visit the university's reporting portal.
Whom should I contact if I have a question or suggestion regarding the Lundquist College's diversity action plan?
Contact a member of the college's Diversity Committee (contact information can be found below).
What resources and support services are available to members of the UO community?
The University of Oregon's Division of Equity and Inclusion promotes inclusive excellence by working to ensure equitable access to opportunities, benefits, and resources for all faculty, administrators, students, and community members. Its work is guided by the UO IDEAL framework of inclusion, diversity, evaluation, achievement, and leadership.
The CMAE promotes student retention and persistence for historically underrepresented and underserved populations, developing and implementing programs and services that support retention, academic excellence, and success at the UO and beyond. It seeks to build and empower an inclusive and diverse community of scholars who exemplify academic excellence and inspire positive change.
The UO Counseling Center offers support to help students deal with the psychological toll of ongoing racial injustices and violence toward Black people and other people of color.
Categories on this continually updated list of resources include health; news stories written by Black faculty, staff, alumni, and friends; articles; webinars, lectures, and workshops; campus groups; and community groups and organizations.
This UO initiative encourages all community members to explicitly model the values we share. Resources include reading materials, templates, and activities focused on helping us to be intentional about the ways we show up as colleagues, faculty, staff, students, and citizens of the world.
This comprehensive list includes job and internship opportunities, financial aid, scholarships, and resources for graduate students, multicultural students, international students, LGBTQIA students, veterans, nontraditional students.
The Indigenous UO map highlights the key points of interests related to Native American and Indigenous history on campus. This project was created and developed by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Academic Residential Community in 2018.
Alliances of faculty, staff, students, and community members collaborating to improve educational access and equity. UO strategies groups include the Asian, Desi, and Pacific Islander Strategies Interest Group, Black Strategies Group, Latinx Strategies Group, and Coalition for Allyship and Engagement.
The University of Oregon is located on Kalapuya Ilihi, the traditional indigenous homeland of the Kalapuya people. Following treaties between 1851 and 1855, Kalapuya people were dispossessed of their indigenous homeland by the United States government and forcibly removed to the Coast Reservation in Western Oregon. Today, Kalapuya descendants are primarily citizens of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, and they continue to make important contributions to their communities, to the UO, to Oregon, and to the world.
Resources for Faculty and Staff
This page offers resources for faculty to implement the Love Authenticity Courage Empathy (LACE) Framework in their classrooms.
This list includes research and teaching fellowships, grants from the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies and Center for the Study of Women in Society, and strategy and working groups.
This page provides background on the requirement for faculty to incorporate discussions of contributions to institutional equity and inclusion within their personal statements for review, tenure, and promotion. It includes some recommended best practices for committees and heads responsible for reviewing and assessing such statements.
The Lundquist College of Business is proud to be a participating university in The PhD Project, a network of supporters, sponsors, and universities with a mission to increase workplace diversity by increasing the diversity of business school faculty who encourage, mentor, support, and enhance the preparation of tomorrow's leaders.
Inclusion Council Members
The Lundquist College of Business Inclusion Council directs and operationalizes the diversity, equity, and inclusion goals and objectives of the college. The council's activities serve all stakeholders, including faculty, staff, students, alumni, donors, and industry partners, as well as the broader community.