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As part of the strategic planning effort to make the University of Michigan more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, the Law School seeks to evaluate how diverse we are as a community; the degree to which individuals experience the Law School as inclusive; and whether individuals have equitable opportunities to be successful. To that end, we invite you to provide written information about your experiences and attitudes toward diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Law School (including your interactions with faculty, staff, and students).
All information you provide will be reviewed by the faculty Chair of the Educational Environment Committee and the Implementation Lead for the Law School’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Strategic Plan. Submitted information will be shared with the members of the Educational Environment Committee to help guide the Committee’s work.
You may, if you wish, provide your input anonymously. (Please note that in order to ensure the integrity of the responses—i.e., to ensure that only members of our community participate—we will require all participants to sign in with a UM uniqname and password. Nonetheless, that information will not be provided with the response itself.) Please be assured that if you do include your name, it will not be included in any report issued by the Committee.
If you would like to receive a response from the Committee to your feedback, you must identify yourself and indicate a request for response in the comments section of the form.
PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS SITE TO MAKE A FORMAL REPORT OF MISCONDUCT. If you wish to make a formal report of misconduct, please contact the Law School's Office of Student Life (734.764.0516 or firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or the University's Office of Student Life.
Any information you provide will be invaluable to the Law School's strategic planning in this area. Thank you for taking the time to engage in the efforts we as a community are making to ensure our institutional well-being.
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