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Diversity & Inclusion

The Office of Diversity & Inclusion

The Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI) is responsible for ensuring that the University complies with federal, state, and local laws pertaining to equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination, and harassment.

The responsibilities of the ODI include preparing and monitoring the University's Affirmative Action Plan in accordance with federal and state laws, providing training and workshops on equal opportunity, nondiscrimination and sexual harassment, monitoring the employment process to ensure compliance with employment laws and hiring procedures, and investigating and resolving discrimination and harassment complaints.  

Sexual Violence and Harassment Prevention

Title IX Coordinator:

Wendi Delmendo
Harassment & Discrimation Assistance and Prevention Program
530-747-3864 (Davis)  or  916-734-3417 (Sacramento)
Anonymous Line: 530-7473865 (Davis) or 916-734-3417 (Sacramento)

Interim Affirmative Action Compliance Officer:

Tina Jordan
530-750-1280 /


Discrimination, Sexual Violence & Sexual Harassment

University of California Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy

What To Do About Harassment - A Reporting Help

4-Point Harassment Assessment Help


UC Presidential Policy on Abusive Conduct in the Workplace


The Presidential Policy on Abusive Conduct in the Workplace prohibits abusive conduct and retaliation by and against members of the University community in the workplace. The Policy also prohibits retaliation against any person who, in good faith, reports abusive conduct, assists someone with a report of abusive conduct, or participates in an investigation or other process under the Policy. The University will respond to reports of Abusive Conduct in accordance with timelines set forth in this policy, and will take appropriate action to stop, prevent, correct, and discipline behavior that violates this policy.

UC ANR Employee and Labor Relations will intake complaints of abusive conduct through the following email: . For additional information on the UC ANR Abusive Conduct procedures and common examples of what is considered abusive conduct, please review the UC ANR Abusive Conduct page.    

In addition, for confidential support if abusive conduct has been experienced, the following offices are good places to start:

  • Ombuds Office – The Ombuds Office is a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal problem-solving and conflict management resource for all members of the UC Davis, UC Davis Health and UC ANR communities.
  • Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) - The Academic and Staff Assistance Program offers confidential, cost-free assessment, intervention, consultation and referral services to all UC ANR employees and their immediate families.
  • Center for Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE) – If you or someone close to you has experienced sexual harassment or any form of sexual violence, CARE advocates are able to provide confidential help with processing emotions, going over reporting options, resource referral and more.
  • Confidential Whistleblower Reports and Complaints – UC ANR provides several straightforward and uncomplicated ways by which UC ANR employees can anonymously and confidentially.


For additional information, please contact Ian Smith at or View the full text of the Presidential Policy on Abusive Conduct in the Workplace, including the Frequently Asked Questions, available on the UCOP website. 

Nondiscrimination Statements for Publications

Click here for Policies for Publications
(Nondiscrimination Statements in long and short versions)

Lactation Room

A lactation room with a sink and a small refrigerator is located on the second floor of the UCANR Building in Davis at the south end of the building near the elevator. The door will remain unlocked when not in use.

Accommodations for Nursing Mothers



UC Managing Implicit Bias Series

ANR & Civil Rights Compliance Revised (A look at legal underpinnings of Civil Rights requirements, helpful definitions, overview of civil rights compliance processes within Project Board.)

Project Board Civil Rights Compliance Help & Trainings

The link above will take you to access to two training recordings and training materials that cover the following topics:

Defining Clientele and Affirmative Action Planning: How-to define clientele groups, strategies for collecting baseline data, affirmative action goal examples, and policy changes related to contact reporting (e.g., collecting race/ethnicity/gender using self-identification forms only, gender category changes).

Improving All Reasonable Efforts and Engagement with Diverse Audiences: Programmatic strategies to conduct All Reasonable Effort, how to demonstrate compliance through documentation, programmatic strategies UCCE employs to successfully reach and engage diverse audiences to achieve parity, how to report contacts in statewide program systems and Project Board.


Discrimination and Harassment

Sexual Harassment and Assault

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Religious Accommodation in the Workplace

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For More Information Contact:

Tina Jordan
Interim AA Compliance Officer
Academic HR Manager
phone: (530) 750-1280


David White
Affirmative Action Analyst
phone: (530) 750-1286


Office of Diversity & Inclusion
UC ANR Building
2801 Second Street
Davis, CA 95618
Phone: (530) 750-1286
Fax:  (530) 752-7785

Directions: Click Here.


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