Purdue Identities Project (PIP)

Nobody Deserves to be Invisible #BeSeen

The Purdue Identities Project (PIP) is one of nine Diversity Transformation Award DTA recipients aimed at increasing and retaining diversity on campus. Led by Consortium members Deborah Rupp and Drew Mallory, PIP is a broad inclusion initiative geared at increasing awareness and resources for campus diversity. With a special focus on hidden diversity – invisible identities – or social identities that might not be known until they are disclosed, PIP is helping to promote a campus climate where everyone feels included, safe, and acknowledged, whether or not their identities are known to others. Visit PIP at www.purdue.edu/PIP to see their curriculum, training, and media products. Or take a look at their introductory video below.

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