Equity, Diversity
& Inclusion

The diversity of personal experiences, values, and world views that arise from differences of culture and circumstance among students, faculty, and staff at Scripps Institution of Oceanography strengthens our institution and our mission.

Why Diversity Matters
at Scripps

Interdisciplinary research collaborations advancing human understanding of Earth systems benefit from the diverse talents and backgrounds of team members from all over the world.

Scripps researchers serve on panels and commissions charged with analyzing complex global problems and generating solutions, where diversity of perspectives and expertise is understood as a critical asset.

Scripps also recognizes the value of basic science literacy across the socioeconomic spectrum, and actively seeks opportunities to engage diverse audiences in learning about what we do.

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Scripps CARES

Scripps EDI promotes "Community Awareness, Resources, Engagement & Support"

ACCESS AND SUCCESS

Learn how Scripps works to attract, retain, and support a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Scripps offers a variety of initiatives designed to foster a positive and supportive community through meaningful engagement. 

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ACCOUNTABILITY

Transparency and trust are the foundations of an inclusive community. Learn more how UC San Diego aims to ensure institutional accountability.

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RESOURCES & SUPPORT

Scripps strives to create a learning and work environment where all feel welcomed and valued.

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Campus Community Centers

Campus Community Centers at UC San Diego build affinity among a diverse population of students, faculty and staff members. Open to undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, alumni, and the San Diego community, the centers contribute significantly toward the evolution of a socially just campus.

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