The Civil and Environmental Engineering disciplines play a vital role in people’s lives, perhaps with greater reach than any other engineering discipline. It is of utmost importance to ensure equity and justice for all within the disciplines and to welcome the experiences and knowledge that come with diverse identities. The CEE Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee will lead the department in acknowledging ways that civil and environmental infrastructure can perpetuate social and environmental injustices, and highlighting ways that our disciplines can contribute to a more equitable future. The Committee’s ultimate goal is a culture of tolerance, acceptance and respect that spans our students, postdocs, staff and faculty.
Check out our new DEI Database!
A community resource for merging DEI and CEE education by providing cases illustrating the intersection of CEE and issues of equity and justice.
The committee has identified six broad categories to guide the department’s DEI efforts.
CEE DEI Committee
Find contact information for committee members, learn what the committee is working on, and get involved.
Looking for more ways to engage? Check out all the upcoming Diversity, Equity and Inclusion events at the University of Michigan.
Have a concern?
If you have experienced or been witness to discrimination, harassment or misconduct of any kind and would like to report it, here are some of the ways to do so.
Campus Climate Concerns