Lee Bitsóí outside speaking to people

Lee Bitsóí, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, speaks during an Indigenous Peoples' Day event at the Intercultural Center

Performers at Culture X

Students perform during the Intercultural Center's annual Culture X event

Students, GSC Pride Reps

Gender and Sexuality Center Pride Reps

Orientation leaders and Department of Community Living student workers smiling in front of North Quad on move-in day 2018

Orientation leaders and Department of Community Living student workers on move-in day

The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion maintains a webpage with the most up-to-date status on the various commitments that Brandeis has made to improve our campus community.

Welcome to the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DDEI) website. Our division is composed of a network of offices and groups that support community members in the various dimensions of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our reporting offices include:

We are committed to working collaboratively with our campus community to build high-quality programming that brings about positive and equitable social change. Our services include short-term and ongoing development, education, and training, coaching, and assistance with search and selection. The DDEI also collaborates with offices and departments that are seeking financial support for a program or event that is in line with the mission of the DDEI, providing co-sponsorship funds, up to $500, on a first-come, first-served basis and for as long as funds are available.

On this website, we provide:

Upcoming Events

DEIS Impact 2024 Symposium email header. Text over a photo of Chris Burden's 'Light of Reason' sculpture at night reads "A DEIS Impact event" and "Embracing Difference: Racism, Antisemitism, and Jewish Identity".
DEIS Impact 2024 Symposium

March 25 - March 27

The Office of DEI Education and Learning Initiatives invites you to this year’s DEIS Impact symposium, “Embracing Difference: Recognizing Jewish Identity at the Margins in the Effort to Address Racism and Antisemitism”, to be held March 25-27 in Hassenfeld Conference Center.