Inclusive Community Mission

We look beyond traditional academic boundaries to identify big problems and invent the means to solve them. Our work requires team support, and we strive to maintain a positive, collaborative, and interdisciplinary culture. We are committed to supporting all members of our community by promoting inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility.

Groups and Resources

Learn more about all of our Inclusive Community-related groups and resources for School of Earth and Space Exploration community members and how you can get involved.

Groups and Resources

Inclusive Community Committee

The Inclusive Community Committee empowers an inclusive School of Earth and Space Exploration by facilitating and promoting individual action, dialog, education, long-term planning and systemic change.

Meet the Committee

In the news

ASU undergraduate astrophysics student Bryanna Gutierrez-Coatney has been awarded the School of Earth and Space Exploration's inaugural Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Seed Grant from the school’s JEDI Task Force. Gutierrez-Coatney’s award-winning proposal is an education initiative designed to build awareness of physics and Earth and space topics among students in Arizona’s Title 1 schools. Read the full story.

School of Earth and Space Exploration teams were recently awarded four Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) seed grants from The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The grants are from the natural sciences division of The College and represent initiatives of the JEDI framework, which seeks to support calls to action and appeals for social change and justice following the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020. Read about the four awarded projects and the students and faculty involved

As part of Arizona State University’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has recently funded a project called Mutually Enriching Mentorship. “This project will both enhance graduate student experience and their sense of inclusion within the various schools. It will provide better mentoring because our faculty will learn more about student’s needs,” said Professor Hilairy Hartnett, one of the co-leads, who has a joint faculty position in the School of Molecular Sciences and the School of Earth and Space Exploration. Learn more about the mentorship program.