Since 1992, the Bias Prevention Committee has monitored the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus for bias incidents and has provided bias prevention education to staff, students, and faculty. Members of the Committee have been invited to join by the Vice President for Student Affairs and represent the major student affairs, student life, and student service units on campus. Its mission is to work with students and all members of the campus and University to prevent, anticipate, respond to acts of bias and intercultural conflict, and to restore the community in the aftermath of bias incidents and conflicts. As educators, Committee members are committed to enriching students’ co-curricular experiences and leadership activities and believe that multicultural awareness and “taking an anti-bias stance” are critical to student development.
The Bias Prevention Committee is comprised of a range of professional staff members whom students may contact regarding bias incidents and multicultural sensitivity. The Committee meets monthly, but bias incidents may be reported at any time to the Committee member of your choice.
For more information please visit: BIAS Prevention & Education Committee