Center for Diversity and Inclusion

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By providing engaging programs that create safe spaces for students of multiple social and cultural identities, our aim is to foster an inclusive and equitable learning environment for all members of our Husky herd. We hold lecture series and social events throughout the academic year. There are many activities for student involvement, including discussion groups, Husky Connect, and becoming a Safe Space advocate. Visit us and our lending library in the Hammer House.

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Diverse Dialogues

Changing the Conversation: Biracial/Multiracial Identities in STEM What is it like to be an individual with multiple ethnic and racial identities, both in the world and aspiring through STEM...

10/24 12:35 pm
 "Performing Kinship: Aesthetic Life in a Landscape of Social Death." 

The English program, with the support of the Visiting Scholars program, will host Professor Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (Northeastern University), from 23 Oct 2019 through 25 October 2019. She will be...

10/24 4:30 pm
Africa Colloquium

This colloquium discusses scholarship on Africa-related issues and by Africa-related persons in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The plenary speaker is Dr. Kari Henquinet, Senior Lecturer in...

10/24 5:30 pm
Diverse Dialogues

Starting from Class: Exploring the Intersections of Social Responsibility through Socioeconomics Consciously and unconsciously, we ascribe daily to ideology around class. This dialogue aims to...

11/4 4:05 pm
Diverse Dialogues

Breaking Bread with Our Biases: Acknowledging Allyship Blindspots through Diverse Lenses Allyship is an active, consistent, and arduous practice of unlearning and re-evaluating, in which a person...

11/20 4:05 pm

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