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Throughout January and February, campus and community events were held in celebration of the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and in commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Conference topics include Research on Women of Color in the Academy; Women of Color and Promotions: Strategies for Success; Interdisciplinary Medicine and Health; and the Economics of Being a Faculty Woman of Color: Being Prepared and Planning Ahead. See the link below for details.
A family-friendly event featuring performances and presentations by local musicians, theatrical and dance groups, storytellers, and arts and crafts for children to celebrate the life of Dr. King.
An annual, campus wide event, with education stations showcasing programs and events that promote diversity and an inclusive campus community.
Check the Illinois calendar and Eweek for more!
This annual breakfast brings together campus and community members to celebrate progress in diversifying our campus community.
L-r: Associate Chancellor Menah Pratt-Clarke; Ms. Ave Alvarado, Graduate College; Ms. Michael Parrish, College of Education; Mr. Tim Offenstein, Campus Information Technologies and Educational Services; and Chancellor Phyllis M. Wise Each year, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Access grants awards to peer-nominated individuals for their commitment and efforts to diversity and inclusion. http://diversity.illinois.edu/makeadiffaward.html
FRIDAY FORUM series at the University YMCA
February 8 to April 26
Follow-up Meeting: Launch of the LFAPA (Latino Faculty and Academic Professional Alliance) Organization
APRIL 26: La Casa Cultural Latina. 12 PM.
Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES) launches a new website.
For more events, check out our Diversity Calendar
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