Programs and Offices

If you have any questions about programs and offices, please go to the website listed.

Inventory last updated on Aug 28, 2018.  Please send any new events or corrections to iea@syr.edu.

Name of Activity/EventDepartment/UnitType of ProgrammingIntended AudienceWebsiteProgram Description
Inclusion in the Modern Workplace Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkBased on the world's key concepts, this course explores diversity and provides strategies for workplace inclusion
Bridges: Building a Supportive Community (Primary Title IX/Clery only) Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and Faculty linkHelps universities comply with staff and faculty education requirements relating to sexual misconduct
Bridges: Taking Action (Ongoing Title IX/Clery) Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkThis course seeks to codify prescriptive behaviors related to recognizing, responding to and reporting sexual misconduct
Managing Bias Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkThis course defines a complex topic in easy-to-understand terms and provides tools to manage bias in the workplace
Code of Conduct: Workplace Conduct  Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkThe code of conduct requires all staff and faculty to foster a culture where everyone can reach their full potential
Touchstone: Tools for an Ethical Workplace Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkHelps staff and faculty make better decisions by providing insight into competing pressures affecting daily decisions
Avoid Workplace Retaliation Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStafflinkThis course is designed to give managers the tools to avoid personnel decisions that can result in illegal retaliation
Accommodating Disabilities  Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services Online TrainingStaff and FacultylinkThis course covers the fundamentals of federal disability discrimination law
Releasing the Invisible Weight: Students of Color Therapy GroupCounseling CenterProgramStudentslinkgroup therapy option addressing race-related stress, stereotype threat and imposter syndrome
Identity and Community GuideDivision of Enrollment and Student ExperienceProgramStudentslinkmobile app resource with centralized info about resources, programs and offices related to identity
Shared Reading ProgramDivision of Enrollment and Student ExperienceProgramStudentslinkall incoming students will read Trevor Noah's Born A Crime; also open to campus community
Shared Reading DiscussionsDivision of Enrollment and Student ExperienceProgramStudentslinkall incoming students; approx 400 students, faculty, staff leading discussions
Multicultural Living Learning CommunityLearning CommunitiesProgramStudentslinkopen to first-year students; students attend six discussions/activities focused on diversity and inclusion
Indigenous Living Learning CommunityLearning CommunitiesProgramStudentslinkopen to all undergrads; promotes dialogue on comtemporary indigenious issues
LGBTQ+ Learning CommunityLearning CommunitiesProgramStudentslinkopen to first-year and sophopmores who identify as LGBTQA+ and allies; participate in discussion groups
International Living Learning CommunityLearning CommunitiesProgramStudentslinkopen to first-year students; explores various facets of diversity in relation to campus, community, nation and world
Language and Culture Learning CommunityLearning CommunitiesProgramStudentslinkopen to first-year students in A&S; students with similar interests in language and culture exploration and diversity
fullCIRCLE Peer Mentoring ProgramOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkmentoring program for students of color
Dimensions Peer Mentoring ProgramOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkmentoring program for women of color
WellsLink Leadership ProgramOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkmentoring program for FY students
NASPA Undergraduate Fellow ProgramOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkstudents from historically underrepresented populations interested in higher education/student affairs professions
Native Student ProgramOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkresources, programming and support for Native and Indigenous students
Verbal BlendOffice of Multicultural AffairsProgramStudentslinkspoken word group open to all students
Women's Leadership InitiativeOffice of Student ActivitiesProgramStudentslinkprogram to develop women in leadership, offers luncheons and workshops
First Year ExperienceAcademic Affairs/ESEProgramStudentslinkFYE will be rooted in an anchor course that sets a foundation for your academic career
RA training/orientationOffice of Residence LifeTrainingStudentslinkTraining in hall regarding BRIs, responding, and reporting
First Floor MtgOffice of Residence LifeTrainingStudentslinkBRI protocol (definition, examples, reporting, consequences of violations)
DPS Safety Session for ParentsDepartment of Public SafetyTrainingStudentslinkBRI protocol (definition, examples, reporting, consequences of violations)
Second Floor MtgOffice of Residence LifeTrainingStudentslinkThursday meeting content repeated
RA/RD training, ongoing prof dev.Office of Residence LifeTrainingStudentslinktraining on micro-aggressions/bias during January training
Dialogue Facilitator TrainingOffice of Residence Life/Office of Multicultural AffairsTrainingStudentslinkORL Senior Staff, upon completion of a dialogue circle, particiaptates in a training to become a circle facilitator
MVP Peer Facilitator trainingAdvocacy CenterTrainingStudentslinkStudent leaders are trained by Advocacy Center MVP staff trainers to become MVP Peer Facilitators
SCPS Staff Orientation/TrainingStudent Centers and Programming ServicesTrainingStudentslinkSCPS Professional staff and all SCPS Student Employees; Orientation and Training happens 2x a year
UndocuAllyDivision of Enrollment and Student ExperienceTrainingStaff and Facultylinksponsored by DACA Committee - getting ready to open training to broader campus community
BOLD: Diversity WorkshopOffice of Student ActivitiesTrainingStudentslinkoffered to student organization leaders as part of the Building Organizations' Leadership Development (BOLD) program
Respectful Workplace (New Employee Orientation Topics) Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStaff and FacultylinkAn introduction to Syracuse University’s policies surrounding harassment, discrimination and sexual misconduct
Title IX – Understanding and Preventing Sexual & Relationship Violence (Enough is Enough) Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStudentslinkThis class provides background on Title IX and the laws surrounding preventing sexual and relationship violence
Being a Responsible Employee under Title IX Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStaff and FacultylinkProvides steps that faculty and staff must take to ensure student support and to satisfy S.U. reporting requirements
Diversity—the Value of Inclusion Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStaff and FacultylinkExplores why variety is valuable to an organization, barriers to embracing diversity, and to do to promote inclusion
Managing Bias Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStaff and FacultylinkAttendees will participate in activities to help recognize their own biases and engage in conversations
Culture and Communication Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services WorkshopStaff and FacultylinkExplores identifying barriers and overcoming difficulties in communications when cultural understandings are different
More to my story’Office of First Year & Transfer ProgramsWorkshopStudentsN/Astudent peers relaying their real experiences
P4CE WorkshopOffice of Student Rights & ResponsibilitiesWorkshopStudentslinkParticipants are required to write a paper explaining what concrete actions they will take to change
Civility WorkshopOffice of Student Rights & ResponsibilitiesWorkshopStudentslinkMandated sanction, focused on encouraging civility and respect for others.
Empowered Bystander workshopsAdvocacy CenterWorkshopStudentslinkSexual and relationship violence prevention
Many Faiths, One Humanity Interfaith Experience Hendricks ChapelWorkshopStudentsStudents spend semester learning about religious pluralism and Christian hegemony
Warrior Scholar Project at Syracuse UniversityOffice of Veteran and Military AffairWorkshopStudent Veterans, Staff and FacultylinkOne week intensive for student veterans beginning higher education careers at Syracuse and elsewhere