Forbes: UC is one of America's best employers for diversity
University empowers individuals to achieve their highest potential
The University of Cincinnati is one of America's best employers for diversity, according to a survey commissioned by Forbes.
For its sixth annual list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, Forbes partnered with market research firm Statista. More than 45,000 Americans who work for businesses with at least 1,000 employees were asked to anonymously rate their organizations based on criteria such as age, gender, ethnicity, disability and LGBTQ+ equality, as well as general diversity.
UC was one of 500 employers from across the nation recognized.
“We are humbled, grateful and proud to be recognized as one of America's best employers for diversity,” said Bleuzette Marshall, PhD, UC's vice president for equity, inclusion and community impact. “This is a testament to the commitment and dedication of colleagues who work tirelessly to create a community that empowers individuals to achieve their highest potential.”
Along with being named one of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, Forbes also has recognized UC as one of America's best large employers, top colleges, top public colleges, top research universities and one of America's best value colleges.
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