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Diversity and the School of Social Work

Defining Diversity

Our School

At UNC's School of Social Work, we recognize and value the unique characteristics that exist across individuals, communities and cultures. Furthermore, our students, faculty and staff are committed to creating a learning and teaching environment where an individual’s age, gender, race, social class, disability, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or religion are viewed as vital strengths and assets that contribute to the overall educational fabric of our campus and to society as a whole.


Our Students


Our graduate students represent a host of nations around the world. Over the past five years, our students have come from:  Australia, Canada,  Chile, China, England, Ethiopia, France, India, Israel, Korea, Liberia, Mexico, Nigeria, S. Korea, Taiwan, and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
  


UNC Diversity Resources

Across campus, there are a host of university offices and student groups that provide leadership, advocacy and programs geared toward promoting and supporting diversity issues and diverse populations. We have included a sample of these diversity resources but you can also find a fuller listing of UNC sites as well as diversity resources outside the UNC campus, including links to agencies, organizations and nonprofits Web sites.