The University of Louisville Libraries’ Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Group (DIAG) is the advising and advocacy body to University Libraries and its administration on all issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. DIAG is committed to ensuring that the entire University Libraries unit celebrates diversity, fosters equity, and strives for inclusion for all students, employees, and community members.
DIAG supports the University of Louisville’s commitment to achieving preeminence as a premier anti-racist metropolitan research university and follows the Cardinal Principles, which promote our commitment to each other and to our community.
We believe that when University Libraries consistently strives for diversity, prioritizes equity, and embraces inclusion, we will be recognized as a great place to learn, work, research, and invest.
Some recent initiatives from DIAG and the University Libraries that align with our goals and framework include:
Director, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Initiatives
Co-chair, Archivist for University Records, Archives & Special Collections
Co-chair, Science Librarian, Ekstrom Library
Associate Dean, Assessment, Personnel & Research
Archives Assistant, Archives & Special Collections
Outreach & Reference Librarian, Ekstrom Library
Clinical Librarian, Kornhauser Health Sciences Library
Tiffney Gipson Goodwin
Associate Director, Collections/Technical Services, Kornhauser Library
Assessment & Analytics Librarian, University Libraries
Library Specialist for Undergraduate Research, Ekstrom Library
Strategic Initiatives Librarian, Ekstrom Library
Director, Bridwell Art Library