The Department of Physics & Astronomy is committed to establishing an inclusive workplace environment that welcomes and values the contributions of all. We acknowledge that the fields of physics and astronomy have often precluded or rewritten the contributions from members of historically excluded groups. However, we recognize the positive impacts of diversity* and the creativity it cultivates, and we therefore encourage, support, and celebrate the diverse voices of our Department.
*We adopt a broad definition of diversity that includes — but is not limited to — race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, veteran status, religion, (dis)ability status, socioeconomic background, political affiliation, marital status, and the full range of personal realities with which individuals may identify.
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