Find tools and resources related to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) at the Duke University School of Medicine, the Duke community, and beyond.  

  • Underrepresented Faculty Development: This program seeks to enhance the sense of community among Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Faculty, increase academic productivity, foster timely promotion, and grow representation in leadership positions in the Duke School of Medicine.  

  • ADVANCE-UP: The Academic DeVelopment, Advocacy, Networking, Coaching, and Education for Underrepresented Populations (ADVANCE-UP) program provides unique enrichment activities focusing on experiences that underrepresented racial and ethnic faculty (UREF) encounter in academic medical centers.  

  • ALICE Program: ALICE – Academic Leadership, Innovation, and Collaborative Engagement – provides leadership development opportunities for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine.  

  • ¡DALHE! Employee Resource Group: The mission of ¡DALHE! is to create a sense of community and belonging for Latiné/Hispanic employees, fostering an inclusive work environment where they can feel valued, heard, and supported.

  • ME² Black Employee Resource Group: The mission of the School of Medicine's ME² (Motivate, Mentor, Educate & Empower) Black Employee Resource Group is to foster a community focused on networking, professional development, and leadership opportunities for Black staff. 

  • Duke LEADER Program: This interactive 6-month series is designed for junior faculty who are leading a research group. Course content is delivered by leadership experts from both inside and outside Duke. 

  • Staff Resources: Resources and information to assist staff members with career development and advancement, improve work/life balance, and broaden horizons. 

  • Black Men in White Coats: This video series aims to inspire more underrepresented students to consider the field of medicine by showing them the stories of others who’ve done so successfully. 

  • IDEALS Office: The Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Advancement, and Leadership in the Sciences​ (IDEALS) Office contributes to the diverse scientific climate within the Biomedical Graduate Programs in the School of Medicine. 

  • BioCoRE Program: The Duke BioCoRE (Biosciences Collaborative for Research Engagement) Program engages graduate students and faculty in a supportive community of scientists excited about the biosciences, and provides opportunities for student research and career development for all participants. 

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