Defining Our Commitment to Climate and Diversity
The School of Education and Human Development is committed to the continuous improvement of climate, providing an inclusive and equitable environment where all have the opportunity to succeed. Aligned with the Texas A&M University Diversity Plan and the school’s strategic plan.
The school’s Office of Organization Development and Diversity Initiatives provides strategic oversight for initiatives that create an equitable and inclusive environment for students, staff, and faculty.
A Statement on Racism by Associate Dean John Singer
“…it is important to acknowledge the gravity of this situation, and provide support to members of our community whom might be struggling to deal with the pain, grief, fear, trauma, anger, frustration, and other emotions, mindsets, and outcomes they are experiencing. In the spirit of TAMU’s stated core values and SEHD’s mission and vision, we urge each of you to think about ways we might support each other in these difficult and troubling times. “
Gender Inclusive Bathrooms
- Harrington Tower- Room 636-Gender neutral/handicapped accessible
- Harrington Tower- Room 227B –Gender neutral/handicapped accessible
- Gilchrist- Rooms 122, 147, 251, 306A, 306B– Gender neutral
Find more gender inclusive bathrooms on campus. Select “Unisex Bathroom” in the legend.
Located in Harrington Tower- 227A
This room is a designated lactation room with an upholstered chair, foot stool, built-in counter, refrigerator, sink, paper towels and electrical outlets. It is located off the main hall on the 2nd floor and has a trilogy (punch code) lock on the door.
To receive a code visit one of the departmental administrative offices in the building: Dean’s Office – Room 801, Educational Administration & Human Resource Development – Room 511, Educational Psychology – Room 704, or Teaching Learning & Culture – Room 308. For more information or questions regarding the space, please contact the building proctor at (979) 458-3657.
Located in Gilchrist- Room 255
Find more lactation rooms on campus. Select “Lactation Room” in the legend.
The School of Education and Human Development Ombuds provides faculty and staff with a voluntary, informal, and confidential resource for dealing with work related issues. The Ombuds help people identify options to discuss questions, provide conflict management coaching, and brainstorm options for solving issues related to one’s full and successful participation as a member of the SEHD community.