Diversity and Inclusion
Human Resources is dedicated to the fair treatment, access, opportunity and advancement for all people. We strive to achieve greater inclusion at Carnegie Mellon University and eliminate barriers that have prevented diversity.
Integral to Our Mission
To cultivate a transformative university community committed to (a) attracting and retaining diverse, world-class talent; (b) creating a collaborative environment open to the free exchange of ideas, where research, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship can flourish; and (c) ensuring individuals can achieve their full potential.
Advocated by the President
"A diverse and inclusive community is the foundation for excellence in research, creativity, learning and human development, and is, therefore, at the core of our mission as a university. As a CMU community, we all bear responsibility for supporting this foundation — with each and every faculty member, senior leader, student and staff person contributing to the effort."
— Dr. Farnam Jahanian
Supported by Human Resources
CMU's leadership and management at all levels are engaged in diversity and inclusion practices. The Office of Equal Opportunity Services (EOS) supports this engagement by providing both qualitative and quantitative metrics results. Additionally, EOS is committed to sustaining diversity and inclusion best practices through education and awareness opportunities.
The Vice Provost for Faculty provides recommendations, resources and training on implicit bias.
Recruiting and Staffing Services can assist hiring managers' diversity recruiting efforts with tips on broadening your candidate pool, meeting documentation requirements and developing sound interview practices.
Equal Opportunity Services provides consulting services on reducing misunderstanding and conflict while increasing the ability to leverage diverse talent. EOS can help open the dialogue for respect across differences and similarities.
The Office of Disability Resources offers training and resources to assist with digital accessibility.