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Office of Diversity and Inclusion
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Office of Diversity and Inclusion
About Us
ODI Staff
Laws and Regulations that govern EEO and Civil Rights
Title IX Roles and Responsibilities
Diversity Initiatives
bullet Special Emphasis Observances
bullet Equal Opportunity Liaisons
bullet ODI Outreach/Partnerships
bullet Diversity Dialogue Speaker Series
bullet Broadening Participation
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Outreach and Partnerships

In Fiscal Year 2010, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) outreach/partnering efforts included:

  • Serving as a member of the HRM outreach committee, Team to Invigorate Marketing & Outreach (TIMO), which included participating in bi-weekly planning meetings, participating in two disability job fairs, presenting at TIMO's ALL Hands Meeting, presenting on Reasonable Accommodations at the Virginia Vocational Rehabilitation Program for the disabled, partnering with HRM in sponsoring NSF's first Disibility Forum and serving as a champion for NSF's Ambassador Program.
  • Serving as a representative of the Broadening Participation Working Group (BPWG), which included, participation in discussion issues relative to diversity; presenting on civil rights issues impacting recipients of Federal funds and at NSF Regional Conferences in Jackson, MS and Cleveland, OH; presenting on civil rights issues impacting recipients of Federal funds at the Minority Serving Institution Conferences in Dallas, TX and Baltimore, MD.
  • Serving as presenter for the 3rd Affinity Network Colloquium sponsored by the Office of the Intelligence Community Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity.
  • Serving as a panelist for an Employee Roundtable at the Occupational Safety and Health Commission.
  • Serving as a partner in the Title IX Working Group through the Department of Justice.
  • Moderating NSF's 2010 JAM symposium on Title IX.
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