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Equity, diversity and inclusion are integral to advancing the research and teaching excellence in our department.
We in the University of British Columbia, Department of Psychology, firmly believe that equity, diversity and inclusion are integral to advancing the research and teaching excellence in our department. Our current strategic plan outlines each as core values and we hold ourselves accountable for carrying out these values and embedding them in all that we do. People who differ in their racialization; status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person; sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity/expression; and other dimensions, all enrich our department mission and community. We recognize that marginalization based on these dimensions causes hardship and hampers opportunities for scholars. Our department continuously strives to identify and address barriers to equity so that members of all backgrounds can thrive.
We welcome applications from candidates who will contribute to the equity, diversity, and inclusion goals of our department, which could occur through a number of potential different ways, such as – but not limited to – research topics or methods, teaching practices, or service work. In recognition of the value that lived experience brings to advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion, and to correct the conditions of disadvantage in employment in Canada, we are especially interested in applications from members of groups that have been historically marginalized or are under-represented among our department faculty. We encourage applicants to confidentially self-identify in the diversity questionnaire of our online application process.