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UT’s Diversity Certificate Program now taking registration

The Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement in collaboration with the Office of Quality and Continuous Learning offers UT employees professional development through the Diversity Certificate program. Participants can register for the full program to earn the Diversity Certificate through UT or register for individual sessions of interest. UT’s Diversity Certificate program features the talents and subject matter expertise of UT faculty and staff as session facilitators. Sessions include topics such as Global Citizenship, Cross Cultural Communication, Bullying, Disabilities & the ADA, Religious Diversity, Successful Aging, Gender Identity and LGBTQ Issues. To see the full program description, individual session descriptins or to register, go the Quality and Continuous Learning website; and click on “professional development”. To register, click on “diversity certificate registration form”. Print, complete the form along with supervisor signature and return it to the fax number at the bottom of the form. For more information about the program or sessions within the program, contact Jeff Witt at 419.530.8573 or

is a University of Toledo alumni and has worked at UT for 15 years in many capacities. His job titles have included Director of the Office of Recreation and Assistant Dean of Students. Jeff now serves as the Program Manager for the Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement and is continuing his formal education as a member of UT’s current Executive MBA cohort. As a UT Culture Ambassador, Jeff believes that one of the greatest assets of higher education is its diversity and one of the greatest opportunities for life-long-learning is from the people around us.
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The Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement strives to create an organizational culture that is welcoming to all individuals regardless of their age, color, ethnicity, gender, religion, disabilities, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and national origin. This culture will result in an environment that allows individuals to have the opportunity to excel in all aspects of their academic and professional endeavors.

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