Diversity and Inclusion Officer 2019-20: Sarah Goodhall (BA2) Email: SU.Diversity@ulip.lon.ac.uk
Goals: • Create awareness of diversity in the University. • Be a point of contact for BAME, dyslexic and disabled students.
Hi guys! I'm Sarah and I will be your Diversity and Inclusion Officer for 2019/2020. My role will be focused on making sure you all feel welcome and safe at uni, regardless of anything you may feel makes you different, from the big issues such as gender, sexuality and race, to the everyday, like the pronunciation of scone or your personal views of the North/South divide. Of course I only have my subjective experience of many of these issues, and so I can't wait for us to all open up our minds to other perspectives together. I already have plenty of ideas for events this year to celebrate what makes the ULIP community so diverse, so watch out for those! If you have any thoughts or questions, feel free to drop me an email.
***There is no room in ULIP for abusive behaviour and if you feel you have been, or are being, subject to such actions as defined below in the Code of Student Discipline of Queen Mary Students' Union, please speak to your Diversity and Inclusion officer or in case of a formal complaint, the President.***
Following QMSU procedures, The Code of Student Discipline (found on arcs.qmul.ac.uk): 17.D : “Violent, indecent, disorderly, intimidating or offensive behaviour or language whilst on QMUL premises or engaged in any QMUL activity (including field trips, placements or sporting activities), or directed at any student, member of staff or visitor to QMUL or other member of QMUL. This shall include oral, physical, written, or online forms of communication including posts on social media sites, chat rooms, email, texts or instant messaging. It shall also include words or actions related to gender, sexuality, race, religion, disability, or age. “