ASPIRE Resource Team - Scheduled to launch Spring 2016

DIVERSITY: Individual differences (e.g., personality, language, learning styles and life experiences) and group/social differences (e.g., race/ethnicity, class, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual identity, country of origin and ability status as well as cultural, political, religious or other affiliations) that can be engaged in the service of learning.

The ASPIRE Resource Team provides conflict prevention workshops and alternative dispute resolution services to Fresno State students, faculty and staff free of charge. It is a volunteer program that offers non- judgmental/neutral support to both the complainant and the respondent, helps resolve interpersonal, inter- group, and organizational conflicts, and educates the campus community on existing processes for reporting incidents related to bias, discrimination and other acts of incivility on campus as well as acts of kindness, civility and inclusiveness.

The ASPIRE Resource Team services provide opportunities to proactively prevent workplace conflict and resolve workplace disputes at the earliest possible stage. The use of ASPIRE Resource Team services is completely voluntary and is intended to supplement, and not to supplant, current Fresno State conflict resolution methods in operation. 

Interested in becoming an ASPIRE Resource Team member? Click HERE for more information and to apply.