Luis R. Fraga
- Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
- Director, Diversity Research Institute
- Russell F. Stark Professor
- Professor, Political Science
Norma E. Rodriguez
- Director, Office for Faculty Advancement
- Student Assistant, Office for Faculty Advancement &
Diversity Research Institute
The UW Diversity Research Institute (DRI), developed in 2004 by the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, focuses on generating new, interdisciplinary knowledge about diversity, social justice, and institutional transformation. The DRI currently hosts an annual research conference and an invited lecture series, and supports a number of diversity-related events across the University. In addition, the DRI works closely with other research centers on campus who encourage and support faculty research on underserved, understudied, and underrepresented communities.
In 2007, the Diversity Research Institute was brought under the leadership of Luis R. Fraga, who also serves as the Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement. The Office of Faculty Advancement and the Diversity Research Institute are closely integrated, allowing for issues of faculty recruitment and retention to be aligned with issues of research.
DRI Brown Bag Lecture Series
Featuring Visiting Psychology Professor Stephanie A. Fryberg
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Parrington Hall Commons (Room 308)
The Diversity Research Institute at the University of Washington is pleased to welcome Stephanie A. Fryberg (Tulalip Tribes) who will present a talk on “Culturally Grounded Interventions to Enhance Academic Performance.” Fryberg is a visiting professor at the UW, and an associate professor of psychology and affiliate faculty member in American Indian Studies at the University of Arizona.