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SCID Designation of Work Groups

Seminary Council on Institutional Diversity is a cross-sectional entity composed of six concerns groups (Asian/Pacific Islander/Asian American, Black, Latin@, LGBTQQI, Women in Church and Ministry, Disabilities/Differently-Abled) and two work groups (Navigating the Waters and Diversity Action Blueprint Implementation). This council is composed of faculty, students, administrators, and support staff. It has the intent of discussing pertinent matters relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion in a forum of mutual respect and understanding. It also provides recommendations and insights on particular issues to relevant entities throughout the Seminary. This body has the charge in providing recommendations to the office of the president, as well as receiving mandates from the president on pertinent matters. For more information contact scid@ptsem.edu. Members of the Seminary Council on Institutional Diversity

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“As an academic community which integrates the pursuit of the life of the mind with the leadership and analytical skills needed by our graduates to make their own critical and constructive contributions as pastors, professionals, scholars and engaged citizens, Princeton Theological Seminary broadly defines diversity to include race, gender, national origin, ethnicity, religion, social class, age, sexual orientation, theological and ideological, and physical and learning ability. The Seminary is committed to embracing diversity.”

Seminary Council on Institutional Diversity (SCID)

A representative body of the Seminary community is committed to a culture that fosters awareness and inclusiveness where community members are empowered and committed to an inclusive agenda. SCID will create, collaborate with and support the development of innovative ideas and effective strategies to recruit and retain diverse students, staff, and faculty.

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