Faculty Interest Groups
Yale School of Medicine Minority Organization for Retention and Expansion (MORE-Medicine) seeks to accelerate the appointment and retention of underrepresented minority faculty members and enhance their professional development.
The Minority Organization for Retention and Expansion - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (MORE STEM) interest group seeks to accelerate the appointment and retention of underrepresented minority faculty members in STEM fields and enhance their professional environment.
The Committee on the Status of Women in Medicine (SWIM) was founded in 1979 to address issues related to gender equality at the Yale School of Medicine. SWIM works to raise awareness of issues relevant to women who are faculty at the School of Medicine, and to advocate for women faculty with respect to these issues. SWIM meets regularly with the Dean to address issues and work together on ongoing initiatives critical to ensuring gender equity at the School of Medicine.
The Yale Women Faculty Forum (WFF) was established in 2001 during Yale’s Tercentennial year to highlight the importance of women faculty at the University and foster gender equity through policy initiatives, research, and innovative programs.
Yale Staff Affinity Groups
Since 2005 Yale has invested in the development of affinity groups or employee resource groups. Each of the eight groups support recruitment, retention, education, advocacy, and community building.