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Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion

The Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion assists the University in promoting cultural diversity, awareness, and sensitivity throughout the campus community. Its programs, services and activities promote cultural identity and understanding within a multicultural environment.

All members of the University community – regardless of background – are welcome and encouraged to stop by and chat with the Director, browse the Student Center, and attend the Center’s sponsored events.

  • Meet the Staff
    Carrie Robinson

    Carrie Robinson

    Director, Myatt Center for Diversity & Inclusion

    Gerber Hall
    (203) 932-7427

    Zanaiya Léon

    Zanaiya Léon

    Assistant Director, Myatt Center for Diversity & Inclusion

    Gerber Hall
    (203) 932-7426

    Ian Shick

    Ian Shick

    Assistant Director of LGBTQ+ Resources

  • Get Involved

    Students can get involved in the work of the Myatt Center for Diversity and Inclusion as a Diversity Peer Educator or as a student employee ! Contact the Director for more information on these opportunities!

  • Diversity Peer Educators

    The mission of the Diversity Peer Educators is to generate a comfortable climate where students can accept themselves while discovering similarities and embracing differences within the community. 

  • Safe Zone

    The mission of the University of New Haven Safe Zone Program is to create a safe environment for anyone who is questioning or wishes to celebrate differences in sexuality, sexual identity, and/or gender identity.  Through education, outreach, community resources, and identifying allies, we will promote understanding and support to students, faculty, staff and families.


Martin A. Goldberg

Fighting Antisemitism

The Charger Blog

Professor Reflects on Fighting Antisemitism and Fostering the Soul of Academia

In response to the growing number of incidents of antisemitism across the country, a sub-committee of the University of New Haven’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Council created the Human Rights Law and Policy Speaker Series. Martin A. Goldberg, J.D., LL.M., a business and tax law professor who spearheaded the creation of the series, discusses the importance of exploring new approaches to combatting antisemitism on college campuses, across the country, and around the world.

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