Culture Forum: Valuing courage at the University
We value different and unique perspectives offered by diversity and believe this is reflected in the strength of our work. We aim to ensure that staff and students who come to the University from overseas find an environment that values the contribution they can make.
Staff are invited to join our Mosaic Network which aims to accelerate inclusion and develop a shared understanding of diversity and leadership at the University by bringing together and empowering staff from all cultural backgrounds.
The Mosaic Network's vision is to create a workplace where cultural diversity is understood, accepted and celebrated as a powerful asset to achieving our mission as a higher education institution and to influence thinking within and beyond the boundaries of the University.
This intensive 10-month program is a University-wide targeted effort to support culturally diverse women employed at the university to achieve their leadership potential.
As a university we are making great efforts to create diverse and equitable leadership and break down barriers to equality. This program contributes to that work by fostering sponsor relationships between high-potential culturally diverse senior advocates and the University Executive. The primary objectives of the program are to accelerate culturally diverse women’s careers, and bolster leadership success at the University.
Australia’s multicultural success is not yet fully reflected in our organisations and institutions. The Dr John Yu Fellowship is for leaders and organisations who want to excel at cultural diversity and inclusion.
If you're feeling unsafe on campus or you're concerned for the safety of others, call Campus Security on 02 9351 3333 24 hours a day. Security patrol officers can assist by escorting you from a building to your vehicle, to the local bus stop or to the local railway station.
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