Bias Free Language Guide

This guide is meant to invite excellence in out campus community. Each step of inclusion moves us closer to a full democracy. The text was prepared for faculty, staff, and students of the UNH community to encourage the full range of contributions that we offer as individuals and members of various groups. The guide presents practical revisions in our common usage that can make a difference and break barriers realating to diversity. The guide is divided into 6 areas of interest

  • Age, class, size
  • Ability/disability status
  • Race, ethnicity, culture, and immigrant status
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Womend and Gender
  • Micro-aggressions

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ICARE and Connections Newsletters

The Office of the President's Commissions and Inclusive Excellence newsletters, are published annually and available through the links below:

Annual Reports - Women's Commission

Working Hard for the Money Trends in Women's Employment 1970-2007
UNH Carsey Institute Report