Our mission at the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (CAAS) is to advance collaborative research that will lead to more effective treatment for all individuals with alcohol and drug use, and to create a nationwide program in addiction education and training for all psychologists, social workers, physicians, medical students, and health care professionals. Building a diverse and equitable Center is central to this mission and to our commitment to advance addition research, education, and training.
We continually strive to find ways to advance equity and diversity in a manner that addresses the needs of our staff, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty, as well as the communities with which we work. This page will be continually updated with resources and events at CAAS and at the University at large that support our vision for improving equity and diversity.
Resources via CAAS:
- Postdoctoral Training Commitment to Diversity
- Tips for Integrating Diversity into Seminar Topics (find it mid-way on page)
- List of faculty conducting health equity research
Resources via Brown School of Public Health:
- Overview of School-wide Resources
- Abuse, Discrimination, and Harassment Resources
- Mental and Physical Wellness Resources
- Title IX Resources
Resources via the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (DPHB), Warren Alpert Medical School:
- CAAS faculty Hayley Treloar Padovano co-chairs the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging committee, which offers a range of resources for clinical psychology residents, fellows, and faculty.
Resources via Brown University, Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity: