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UG Diversity & Inclusion Office looking for new advisory board member (staff)

18 January 2023

The Diversity & Inclusion Office of the University of Groningen is looking for a new (staff) member for its internal advisory board.

The internal advisory board comprises UG staff members and students who provide solicited and unsolicited advice to the D&I Office regarding developments, critiques, and desires regarding D&I within the UG. The internal advisory board meets together with the D&I Office members roughly two to three times per year. Membership is voluntary and uncompensated.

More information about the internal advisory board, and the current list of members, can be found here.

If you are interested in becoming the new member of the internal advisory board, please send an email to diversity outlining your interest and motivation, including your professional and personal connection with diversity and inclusion, before Sunday 29 January. We especially welcome applicants from underrepresented groups.

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