Diversity and Inclusion

African People’s Association

Black Student Union

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Culture Club 

Disability Rights Education Awareness and Mentoring

Fad Watch

BGSU Grad Pride


BGSU Japanese Club


Latino Student Union



National Council of Negro Women 

Persian Student Association

Queens of Color

RallyCap Sports

Russian Club 

Saudi Students Association

SMART Program


World Student Association 

Women in Business Leadership


In the Schmidthorst College of Business, we value diverse, inclusive, global perspectives of faculty and students engaging with the business community.

We created the Dean’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion (DACODI) because we know it’s important to:

  • engage students in a learning experience that fosters citizenship, global leadership and career preparedness which will lead to lifelong success
  • advance global engagement through learning, discovery and service
  • build a college community that fosters, celebrates and appreciates diversity and inclusion

We are proud to be a leader in supporting the University’s overall commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Diversity also makes good business sense!
Diversity is good for your business's bottom line - Fortune Magazine

How diversity can drive innovation - Harvard Business Review
Is diversity good for business? - Forbes Magazine
Five reasons why workplace diversity is good for business - Inc.com

If you have a complaint or a concern, contact the  President's Office on Diversity and Inclusion

Unless indicated otherwise, all members are part of BGSU’s College of Business.

Fred Coleman, Ph.D., assistant professor fcolema@bgsu.edu
Zubair Mohamed, Ph.D., associate dean of undergraduate students zubairm@bgsu.edu
Fei Lee Weisstein, Ph.D., assistant professor fweisst@bgsu.edu
Ramsha Rashid, events and celebrations subcommittee chair, membership contact, and DAC representative rrashid@bgsu.edu
Madison Vincent, events and celebrations subcommittee chair, membership contact, and DAC representative vincenm@bgsu.edu
Thomas Cyril Siebenaler, director, Business Career Accelerator thomacs@bgsu.edu