Carnegie Mellon University

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

The Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University is committed to building a learning community where everyone feels welcome and has equal opportunities to thrive and succeed.

Open Office Hours

Have questions, feedback, issues, or concerns?  Members of the DEI committee are available this summer every Friday on Zoom from June 18 - August 13. Hours are Eastern Standard Time. Meetings are confidential.

9am to 10am Session             3pm to 4pm Session

Speak Up

Each member of the university community has the responsibility to ask questions, seek guidance and report suspected bias incidents. Reporting is an important way to create a safer and more inclusive environment such that all members can achieve their potential and collectively seek to transform our university, communities, and the world.

The university encourages reporting from a broad spectrum of community members: anyone who has experienced or witnessed unfair or hostile treatment on the basis of identity should report it.

>> CMU Bias and Ethics Violation Reporting 

How to Get Involved

Have a great idea or interested in being part of the committee? Contact Co-Chair Professor Greg Lowry.