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Diversity

SON Values

SON ValuesExcellence

We strive to do our best and meet the highest standards.

Respect

We treat all people with dignity, open-mindedness, and esteem.

Diversity

We appreciate and acknowledge our differences.

Integrity

We behave ethically, honestly, and fairly.

Accountability

We take responsibility for our actions.

Diversity

Diversity is one of the five values that the students, faculty, and staff of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing strive to uphold and exemplify.

Along with the values of excellence, accountability, responsibility, and integrity, we embrace diversity to as a way to enhance all of our activities and accomplish the mission of the school. The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing seeks to:

Understand others' unique strengths and limitations, as well as our own: We take the time to become aware of one another's background, interests, and assets while actively seeking to understand perspectives different from our own.

Create an inclusive environment: We recognize the value of and strive to ensure that multiple perspectives are represented in all we do.

Learn and grow by obtaining other points of view: We actively seek to diversify our administration, faculty, staff, and student body to ensure that many different opinions and beliefs are part of and enrich our professional, educational, and personal experiences.

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is a community committed to sharing values of diversity and inclusion in order to achieve and sustain excellence.

  • We believe diversity is critical to attaining the best research, scholarship, teaching, healthcare, and service. 

  • We embrace diversity to enhance all of our activities and accomplish the mission of the school. 

  • We achieve excellence by attracting and retaining talented and diverse leaders, faculty, students, and staff.

  • We commit to create an inclusive environment in which diverse opinions and beliefs are a part of and enrich our professional, educational, and personal experiences.

  • We recognize that the responsibility for diversity and inclusion lies with all of us.
    

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