Enacting Change through Cultivation of Student Activism and Engagement with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Primary tabs

D’Anne Duncan, PhD Assistant Dean for Diversity and Learner Success, UC San Francisco D’Anne Duncan will discuss the critical importance and value of centering graduate student advocacy and activism to create institutional change by fostering relationships between graduate students, faculty, and campus administrators. Learn strategies to engage graduate students in leadership and diversity, equity, and inclusion values and principles to enact sustainable change in scientific and academic communities. About the Speaker D'Anne Duncan serves as the first assistant dean for diversity and learner success in the graduate division at UC San Francisco (UCSF) and is an adjunct assistant professor at UCSF. Duncan is committed to biomedical doctoral and postdoctoral education and training, diversity, anti-racism, career and professional development, and mentorship initiatives. She is passionate about inclusive excellence in the academy. If you can’t get into the Zoom webinar, you can also watch live on the Gladstone Institutes Facebook page.


  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created By: Joshua Stewart
  • Created: 03/11/2021
  • Modified By: Joshua Stewart
  • Modified: 04/19/2021


No keywords were submitted.