ICS as an organization supports the inclusion of Pronouns in Emails and Website Contact information:
- Include pronouns with the signature name on emails and on the ICS website People Page profiles for current faculty, research associates, staff, undergraduate, and graduate students
- Example: Jon Johnson (they/them/their), Jane Smith (she/her/they/them), Bob Doe (he/him/his)
- Learn more about pronoun use
- Inclusion of Pronouns is optional
ICS as an organization supports the use of the following IDE and Land Recognition Statement in Email Signatures:
- ICS stands against oppression and discrimination of all kinds. We are an inclusive, anti-racist, anti-oppressive, anti-discriminatory, pro-equity research and educational community.
- We recognize that the university sits upon land within the territories of the Ute and Arapaho peoples. Further, we acknowledge that 48 contemporary tribal nations are tied to the lands that make up the state of Colorado
- Inclusion of the statement is optional
We Stand Together Committed to:
- Communicate openly with and support all members of our community, including but not limited to national and international: researchers, students, staff, faculty, research participants, volunteers, and facilities and building staff
- Create space for sharing, recognizing, and acknowledging racist and other oppressive actions, policies, and experiences in our community
- Connect and listen deeply to each other
- Work together to address areas where ICS falls short of our anti-oppressive, inclusive, diverse, equitable vision, mission, and goals
- Individually and collectively take actions to eradicate oppression, discrimination, harassment, and division throughout the ICS community
- Examine and identify implicit bias and systemic oppressions
- Implement policies and strategies to dismantle barriers to individual and group success.
- Recognize the role of authoritarianism in oppression.
- Invest time and resources into efforts that create an equitable, diverse, anti-discriminatory, anti-oppressive, inclusive research community
Published as a section of the ICS Inclusion, Diversity, Equity Statements.