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Unformatted text preview: onal development on effectively engaging difference in global society I Ability to better lead in diverse organizations Key Projects I NCBI in the classroom I Building Bridges in South Africa I Multicultural Research Clearinghouse Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Multicultural Research and Resource Center, MS 2G6, 703-993-4003 E-mail: [email protected] Office of the University Ombudsman Dolores Gomez-Moran, Ombudsman The Office of the University Ombudsman is a neutral, independent, informal, and confidential resource to facilitate fair, equitable, and expeditious resolutions to concerns and problems raised by students at the university. The ombudsman is an advocate for fairness and the 38 equitable treatment of students, operates independently of all formal grievance processes at the university, and considers all sides of an issue in an impartial and objective manner. The ombudsman has no authority to make exceptions or to grant requests but can perform informal investigations and, as a result, may recommend actions that lead to changes in processes and policies at the university. Meetings with the ombudsman are confidential. The ombudsman serves graduate and undergraduate students at the university. Johnson Center, Room 245 Phone: 703-993-3006 E-mail: [email protected] Web: ombudsman.gmu.edu Orientation and Family Programs and Services The Office of Orientation and Family Programs and Services (OFPS) serves as the home for incoming undergraduate students and their...
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