2019 Principles of Community Week

Welcome to the 2019 Principles of Community week, taking place February 25 - March 1, 2019.

The University of California, Davis, is first and foremost an institution of learning, teaching, research and public service. UC Davis reflects and is committed to serving the needs of a global society compromising all people and a multiplicity of identities.

Please join us for fun, games, and prizes! All events are 12pm-1pm.

For more information see the attached flyer (PDF).

Monday, February 25: Principles of Community Fair / Betty Irene Moore Hall 1000 and Commons Area
Ceremony by Vice Chancellor David Lubarsky
Exhibit Fair and International Lunch Buffet

Tuesday, February 26: Principles of Community D&I Dialogue Series / Education Bldg 1222

Wednesday, February 27: Compassionate Sacramento / Education Bldg 2222

Thursday, February 28: Cultural Awareness Film Festival / Comprehensive Cancer Center Auditorium 1100

Friday, March 1: Common Ground: Advancing Institutional Equity / Education Bldg 1222
With Chancellor Gary S. May

Human Resources: Diversity & Inclusion Talent and Acquisition

There are a number of new diversity & inclusion resources being rolled out by Talent Acquisition, and they are listed here:

Human Resources, Supervisor Resources, Diversity & Inclusion

Human Resources, Employee Resources, Diversity & Inclusion

Human Resources, UC Davis Staff Diversity Ambassador Program

Human Resources, Careers, Recruiting Events & Application Tips

This is a new diversity recruitment video Chancellor May made in collaboration with Talent Acquisition.

UC Davis Health rated in top 30 hospitals for Diversity

UC Davis Health was identified as one of the top 30 hospitals for diversity on Blackdoctor.org for 2018.  Read the article here.

Welcome to the Office for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (OEDI)

The mission of the Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is to create a climate of inclusion reflected in structures, policies and practices; the demographics of UC Davis Health community; the attitudes and values of its members and leaders; and the quality of personal interactions. Its goals are to

  • Create, promote and foster an organization that values development, diversity and growth opportunities for all employees
  • Provide enhanced knowledge, skills and tools to respond and engage in a culturally sensitive and respectful mannerism with patients, visitors and our community as a whole
  • Provide quality training designed to increase individual and institutional engagement, increased morale, productivity and enrichment.

Diversity is a defining feature of the University of California and we embrace it as a source of strength. Our differences — of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, socioeconomic status, abilities, experience and more — enhance our ability to achieve the university’s core missions of public service, teaching and research. We welcome faculty, staff and students from all backgrounds and want everyone at UC to feel respected and valued.

Inclusion means we honor, respect, embrace and value the unique contributions and perspectives of all employees, patients, students, volunteers and our local and global communities.  It also includes removing barriers to individual success.

Campus Climate is the current attitudes, behaviors and standards of faculty, staff, administrators and students concerning the level of respect for individual needs, abilities and potential.Regents Policy 4400:

Policy on University of California Diversity Statement                                                           


Share your thoughts about equity, diversity and inclusion issues in an email to the Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

To Boldly Go: Submit your goals and strategies!

UC Davis' strategic planning effort invites your input, via an online form. We're asking for your suggestions for our high-level, universitywide goals, and one or more strategies to achieve those goals.


UC Davis Health Police Accountability Board

The UC Davis Police Accountability Board (PAB) was established in 2014 to develop and promote accountability, trust and communication between the campus community and the UC Davis Police Department. The PAB is an independent board composed of representatives of the UC Davis community. Working with independent campus investigators from the Office of Compliance and Policy, the PAB is charged with making recommended findings to the Chief of Police based on objective investigations into complaints of misconduct filed against UC Davis police officers.

You can click the attached link to go to their website, and here is a YouTube video that will also provide more information.