Adding pronouns to UVM Directory

A new directory field will help create a more respectful and inclusive UVM
buttons with pronouns like he/him, she/her, they/them laid out on a flat surface

Important updates have been made to the UVM Directory that create a more respectful, inclusive campus community. These updates resolve most issues with pronouns and lived names that many have experienced with Microsoft Teams and other campus systems.

As of July 25th the UVM Directory now includes a distinct field for indicating your pronouns. To set your pronouns, ...

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