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Diversity Statement

The Montana State University Department of Agricultural and Technology Education (DATE) considers the diversity of our students, faculty, and staff to be a strength and critical to our educational, outreach and research mission. Dimensions of diversity can include sex, race, age, nationality, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, intellectual and physical ability, sexual orientation, income, faith and non-faith perspectives, creed, socio-economic status, political ideology, education, primary language, family status, military experience, cognitive, and communication style. The individual intersection of these experiences and characteristics are valued in our community. 

DATE expects every member of the department to contribute to cultivating an inclusive, welcoming, and respectful culture for all in our classrooms, work environments, and at all department events. We continuously seek to attract and retain faculty, students, and staff that foster building a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment as we work towards solving complex problems in agriculture, food, and natural resource systems through research and education. If your experiences within the department result in barriers to your inclusion, inaccurate assessment of achievement or marginalization, please notify the Department Head as soon as possible and/or contact the College of Agriculture’s Academic Diversity partner, who can help you navigate available resources.