Diversity Makes Better Science
The University of Michigan is committed to diversity and strives to create an academic community that is representative of the global society. Our research is composed of scientists from an array of cultural, ethnic, gender, disability and socioeconomic backgrounds. PIBS values the contributions of this diverse group, not only as they impact our scientists-in-training, but also for the real potential that their work can improve the health of traditionally underrepresented and disadvantaged populations around the world.
The end result is that we have a learning environment that supports all of our students as they pursue their studies.
On-campus resources include:
- Association of Multicultural Scientists
- Biomedical Graduate Student Council
- Campus Diversity Resources
- Medical School Diversity and Career Development Office
- Rackham Office of Graduate Student Success
- UM Directory of Disability Resources
- The Students of Color of Rackham