Information for Faculty
Welcome to diversity resources for faculty members. Each year UCLA welcomes an increasingly more diverse faculty in support of our educational mission and commitment to serving California’s vibrant and diverse population. Here you will find connections to resources to better provide a welcoming and inclusive climate for our faculty.
American Indian Studies Center
Asian American Studies Center
Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies
Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture
Center for the Study of Women
Chicano Studies Research Center
International Institute and Area Studies
LeRoy Neiman Center for the Study of American Society
The Williams Institute
Faculty & Staff LGBT Campus Resource Center
Disability Access Web
GENERAL INFORMATION ON PERSONNEL POLICIES FOR FACULTY MEMBERS
UC Academic Personnel Manual – University of California systemwide academic personnel procedures
The Call – UCLA- specific summary of academic personnel procedures
The UCLA Faculty Handbook – A guide to academic, cultural and extracurricular resources and campus services
Faculty Code of Conduct - Code of Professional Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct of University Faculty, and University Disciplinary Procedures
FILING GRIEVANCES AND COMPLAINTS
UCLA Discrimination Prevention Officers provide information and advice on discrimination issues at the university. Contact Dion Raymond at 310-206-8530 or firstname.lastname@example.org and Lillie Hsu at 310-206-4702 or email@example.com to report an issue.
Academic Senate's Grievance Advisory Committee advises faculty on grievance procedures concerning their rights and privileges and advises all members of the University community on procedures for charges resulting from alleged violation of the Faculty Code of Conduct.
UCLA Ombuds Office provides mediation and dispute resolution services.
EEO & AA Agency Listing provides links to federal and state agencies.
Title IX – Sexual Harassment Office provides information on sexual harassment issues.
ADA Compliance Office provides information on disability-related workplace concerns.
Academic Personnel Office provides advice on grievance procedures concerning issues of discrimination involving faculty members.
You may also call the office for Diversity and Faculty Development for more information (310)206-7411.