Johns Hopkins Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Johns Hopkins is a community committed to sharing values of diversity and inclusion in order to achieve and sustain excellence. We firmly believe that we can best promote excellence by recruiting and retaining a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff and by creating a climate of respect that is supportive of their success. This climate for diversity, inclusion, and excellence is critical to attaining the best research, scholarship, teaching, health care, and other strategic goals of the Health System and the University. Taken together these values are recognized and supported fully by the Johns Hopkins Institutions leadership at all levels. Further, we recognize that the responsibility for excellence, diversity, and inclusion lies with all of us at the Institutions: leadership, administration, faculty, staff, and students.
Diversity and Inclusion Resources
- Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity
- Johns Hopkins Medicine Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity Strategic Plan
- JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion
- Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
- The Hopkins Diaspora: A group for African American/Black employees and allies.
- Hopkins Familia: A group for Hispanic/Latinx employees and allies.
- Hopkins Veterans: A group for former, retired and active military staff members, their families and allies.
- School of Nursing Office Diversity
- School of Public Health Diversity
- School of Engineering Office of Diversity
- LGBTQ+ Resources
- Disability Services at JHM
- Student Groups at JHU SOM
- JHU Diversity Leadership Council
- Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative
- Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society
2020 JHU Composition Reports on Faculty, Staff and Graduate Students
- 2020 Report on Faculty Composition
- 2020 Report on Staff Composition
- 2020 Report on Graduate Students Composition
- Read more about the reports in this special JHU HUB article
SKCCC Special Symposium: “African American History in Maryland and Beyond”
October 5, 2020, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
“Trust, Trustworthiness, and ‘Tuskegee’ in the Age of Covid-19”
October 12, 2020, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
“Their Enemy's Enemies in the Jim Crow South: How Blacks Found Allies in the Postwar Years”
October 19, 2020, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
“Mapping Baltimore Apartheid”
October 29, 2020, 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
“Non-White Women and the Women’s Suffrage Movement”