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Family Resource Center

The mission of the FRC is to help MSU students, staff, and faculty, navigate their responsibilities at work, school, and home. “FRC, your work/life connection”
 
Lori Strom, Coordinator

Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives

The Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives serves as an institutional focal point for promoting inclusion and diversity at Michigan State University. In addition to providing leadership and support for university-wide initiatives on inclusive excellence, a staff of experts works diligently to facilitate and support a campus environment that provides students, faculty, and staff with opportunities for excellence.

Paulette Granberry Russell, Director and Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity.

Office of Faculty and Organizational Development

The Office of Faculty and Organizational Development (F&OD) supports MSU faculty, academic staff and administrators in their ongoing quest for excellence in teaching, research, outreach, and leadership. To accomplish this goal, we offer a broad range of seminars and programs, services, and resources in two programmatic strands: (a) Faculty and Instructional Development, and (b) Organizational and Leadership Development. The Office is headed by Deborah DeZure, Assistant Provost for Faculty and Organizational Development, and is part of Academic Human Resources in the Office of the Provost.

Women's Resource Center

Women’s Resource Center (WRC) proudly serves as the first point of contact for women’s issues and information at Michigan State University. Each year, the WRC works with approximately 33,000 women on campus, acting as a catalyst for collaboration on women’s issues. In addition, the WRC provides vital information and resources to numerous MSU departments, offices, and academic disciplines. WRC operates from a women-led agenda. Not only do the Center provide support to the Women’s Commission, but WRC focuses on issues that matter most to women in the areas of leadership, social justice, and personal development.
 
Patricia Lowrie, Director.
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