This is not an exhaustive list of related resources on campus.
2022 Summit Theme: DEI: Nurturing the Heart, Mind and Soul
Resources and organizations that support our humanity through the arts.
- University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)
- Arts Initiative
- School of Music,Theatre, Arts and Dance (SMTD)
- A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
Resources and organizations that support mental health and wellbeing.
- Wellbeing Collective
- Well-being for Students at U-M
This website serves as a centralized hub for student well-being
- Student Wellness Coaching
This website highlights our Wellness Coaching service and includes a link to our online scheduling system
- MHealthy – Staff/Faculty
- Wolverine Wellness – Student
- Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) – Student
- Michigan Medicine Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience – Staff/Faculty
- Office for Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI)
- Office of Diversity Equity & Inclusion (ODEI)
Resources and organizations that support religious, spiritual and secular diversity.
- U-M Guidance to Students Regarding Conflicts between the Academic and Religious Calendars Religious Holidays Calendar
- U-M Scorecard for the INSPIRES (INterfaith, SPiritual, REligious, and Secular) Campus Climate Index
- Association of Religious Counselors (ARC)
- Spectrum Center Faith & Spirituality Resources
- Michigan Medicine Health, Spirituality and Religion Program
- Student Spiritual Organizations
- Secular Student Alliance
- Michigan Hillel
- Interfaith Advisory Board
- Interfaith America video series and accompanying facilitation guide
Interfaith America consists of 10 short videos exploring religious/spiritual expression within the themes Civic Action, Navigating Turbulent Times and Honoring Differences. Additionally, a facilitation guide supplements the videos and includes important terms, reflection questions and additional resources for ongoing learning. The goal of the project is to build a more inclusive environment by strengthening awareness and normalizing discussion and engagement around worldview identity and how those identities shape not only student experiences on campus, but in the world. We hope these videos, whether engaged individually or as a series, help amplify a part of students’ experiences which often goes unrecognized.
Ways to utilize this video series and supplemental materials may include:
- Host a professional development or in-service training utilizing some of the videos
- Examine curriculum, training materials and workshops you host. Is religious/spiritual diversity a topic you have explored?
- Invite a group to watch the videos individually and then facilitate a small group discussion
- Embed a video into an e-newsletter you send or social media post
- Include a video/s as part of your training and onboarding for new employees