Welcome to the Department of Psychology Diversity Committee at Case!
















The CWRU Department of Psychology Diversity Committee is comprised primarily of doctoral students in psychology who work to welcome, embrace, and promote the diversity of human experiences and cultural and individual differences.



The Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychology is deeply committed to fostering a positive climate for diversity. We wish to create a welcoming environment to all persons of underrepresented backgrounds, including, but not limited to, individuals of differing ages, ethnic/cultural groups, racial groups, gender identities, physical abilities, religious affiliations or beliefs, sexual orientations, and/or socioeconomic statuses. We value diversity of experience in our educational community and consider it to be vital to our growth and development as professionals. As such, the department is dedicated to the following tasks:

  1. Recruitment and retention of diverse faculty and clinical supervisors
  2. Recruitment and retention of diverse graduate students
  3. Support for current faculty and students of underrepresented backgrounds
  4. Representation of diversity issues in graduate coursework and colloquia
  5. Encouragement of research dedicated to diversity issues
  6. Provision of clinical services to diverse individuals

Our dedication to continuously work on these tasks is represented by the implementation of a Diversity in Action plan. We are working collaboratively with our department to make progress toward our outlined goals. It is our hope that this plan will contribute to an atmosphere of sensitivity, respect, and understanding for all cultural and individual differences. We recognize that diversity is a dynamic construct and we will modify our goals to meet the evolving needs of our students and faculty.


For more information about the multiple ways in which we are incorporating our goals into the program, please see the following links:



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Last Updated: Monday, February 16, 2009