Faculty & Staff Groups & Resources
Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Empowerment (CAPE)
CAPE (the Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment) at the Health and Counseling Center, offers free and confidential survivor advocacy supports to all employees and students at the university for anyone who has experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and/or harassment. These services include help navigating legal and university reporting systems, accessing medical care and counseling referrals, or simply being a safer, confidential place to talk about something that has happened.
Assistant Director: Ashley Hunt
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-871-3853
Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Division of DEI is committed to providing leadership, guidance, and resources in support of the University of Denver’s commitment to building a more diverse and inclusive institution.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The University of Denver is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to its employees and applicants for employment in order to assure that individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to equal employment opportunity at the University.
Human Resources & Inclusive Communities (HRIC)
HRIC works to ensure that employees are given a safe and inclusive environment to work.
Latinx Center at the University of Denver
Religious and Spiritual Life
The University works with multiple religious and spiritual leaders to provide support to all members of the DU community on issues ranging from interfaith dialogue to spiritual care and counseling.
Staff Advisory Council (SAC)
SAC fosters collaboration with staff and members of the University community, including the offices of the chancellor and provost, University leadership and faculty members from many units on campus; lobbies to get policies and procedures implemented that directly affect all staff members' morale, interests, working conditions and professional development.
President, Tali Thomason, Tali.Thomason@du.edu
Whites Organizing for Racial Consciousness (WORC)
WORC is an informal campus network that holds space for DU community members to support racial justice and the responsibility white people have in building a more just and fair community in solidarity with people of color. (Any discussion of identity is intersectional; however, the focus of this group is to discuss racial identity.)
Co-Facilitators: Trisha Teig, Chase McNamee, and Kathleen Ferrick – email@example.com