The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion in its classrooms, academic networks and workplaces.
It is also important to take into consideration the land on which Michigan State University resides. See the Guide to Land Acknowledgements.
Some external resources include:
- Diversity Style Guide for articles and communications
- Glossary of Terms: MSU Gender and Sexuality Campus Center
- MyPronouns.org: What are personal pronouns and why do they matter?
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion would like to share resources that can be beneficial for the CANR Community on guides on how to better manage your personal finances.
Resources received from MonkeyGeek:
- Addressing Disparities in Finance for Black & African Americans
- Financial Resources for Hispanics & Latinos
- Managing Financial Challenges for Asians & Pacific Islanders
- Strengthening Financial Outcomes for Native Americans
Webinars & Events
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion coordinates and facilitates various discussions, webinars and events. These are posted in our Events web page.
Also check out:
Below is the CANR webinar on "Practicing Inclusion During Times of Ambiguity and Turbulence" from April 7, 2020. (Can also see the full ODEI webinar playlist of videos.)
One-on-One Career Counseling
Students and faculty can make an appointment with our office for general academic or career counseling.
Support & Mentoring
Students, staff, faculty, and administrators should feel free to come to the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion to express issues and concerns. You will receive a supportive, listening, confidential environment, as well as assistance, advocacy, referrals and other support to address and assist in helping resolve your concerns.
Lending Library & Resources
ODEI maintains a lending library of books and DVDs related to our mission that are available for checkout. Materials focus on issues of race and ethnicity in higher education, sexuality and gender, diversity trainings, civil rights history and other topics of general and academic interest. Our library is located in our office at 102 Agriculture Hall.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request materials or for recommendations.
A searchable list of our current assets are available at the CANR Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Library Thing page. MSU Libraries are also an option for physical or virtual copies for checkout.
In addition, ODEI occasionally purchases access to webinars and other online resources for the use of the CANR community. Email contact email@example.com to receive email notice when a new webinar is made available.