Diversity and Equality Committee

American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) is committed to inclusive excellence where diversity and equality are embedded and manifested in all activities and strategic directions of the university. It is dedicated to creating and maintain an environment within which inclusive learning, fair treatment and diversity are valued and discrimination is challenged. The diversity and inclusion committee are dedicated to continuously improve in addressing any discrimination or equality issues within the university community.

The goal of this committee is to promote and support a diverse community of students and employees

The Diversity and Equality Committee of AIUB has representatives from both academic and administrative employees. The committee is Chaired by the Vice Chancellor, with the members as follows:

  • Representative from each Faculty
  • Representative from Office of the Registrar
  • Representative from Office of Human Resources - Secretary
  • Representative from Office of Student Affairs
  • Representative from IQAC
  • Representative from Office of Administration
  • Representative from Student Community


Functions of the Diversity and Equality Committee:
  • Periodically review diversity, equality, inclusion, and human right polices and recommend for changes or revisions
  • Monitor the University’s policies, procedures and ensure its implementations
  • Regularly undertake data analysis and conduct surveys of focus groups to improve the student experience on academic areas and wellbeing initiatives
  • Working closely with the other departments, the committee also provide extra teaching and learning resources to help students with their study skills and overall university life
  • Encourage and support students, faculty and employees who take part in diversity and equality activities
  • Ensure to provide appropriate diversity and equality related capacity building activities to all students, faculty, and employees
  • Evaluate diversity and equality related progress and its impacts on different stakeholders of the university