Diversity Resources

For more information about the University's academic diversity and inclusion efforts, contact Keona Lewis, assistant provost for academic diversity and inclusion. Information about broader, University-wide efforts in this area is available through the Office of Institutional Transformation and at diversity.nd.edu.


During the 2020–21 academic year, the Inclusive Excellence workshop series went virtual, with workshops conducted via Zoom. Topics ranged from recognizing microaggressions and tips for inclusive advising to how to embrace and encourage wellness.

Videos of the workshops are available to members of the Notre Dame community through Sakai. You can access the full library at:

Inclusive Excellence Workshop Videos


From “Inclusive Excellence: Becoming Beloved Community” (May 2018)

Campus Partners

Further Reading


Learning About Anti-Racism

The conveners of the Notre Dame Diversity & Inclusion Conference have compiled this list of resources for education, reflection, and action on what it means to be an anti-racist. The document below includes links to articles, videos, books, and other tools.

Select Resources on Anti-Racism

Toward a More Inclusive Academy

Participants in a panel convened by the Columbia Center for Archaeology, the Society of Black Archaeologists, and the Theoretical Archaeology Group describe effective ways to become educated allies, especially about inequities arising from differences surrounding race, sexuality, gender, ability, and class. 

Watch “Archaeology in the time of Black Lives Matter”