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The Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA) advocates for progress through the promotion of critical dialogue, networking, recruitment and retention, professional development, mentoring, and cultural programs that emphasize traditions of the African and African diasporic communities.

WELCOME  

NEW Faculty/Staff

 

Internal and external resources for those new to Utah and/or the University.

Welcome to Utah 

2020-2021 Meetings

 

BFSA meeting dates, times, and locations for the academic year.

 

BFSA MEETINGS 

2020-2021 Events

 

Upcoming BFSA, institutional, and community events.

BFSA EVENTS

Faculty/Staff Advocacy Resources

 

Resources that provide guidance around conflict resolution and management.

ADVOCACY RESOURCES 

State of Utah Black Affairs Summit 

 

BFSA's premiere conference established to connect, enrich, and empower Black communities across Utah. 

ANNUAL SUMMIT

Black CultUral CEnter

The Black Cultural Center (BCC) is located on Fort Douglas Blvd. Officially established in 2019, the BCC aims to holistically enrich, support, and advocate for the Black community at the University of Utah through research, educational initiatives, and service through a Pan-African lens. 

VISIT THE BCC HOMEPAGE

For general questions, contact BFSA by email here!

For more specific inquires such as speaker requests, new faculty/staff inquires, collaborative/sponsorship opportunities, membership, and events please contact Co-Chair, Alex Francis-Riggan.

Last Updated: 11/5/20