- OED Certificate Workshop 9: Understanding Disability & Advancing Access (Nov. 18)
- Limiting Liberty: The Recurring Collision of Free Speech and Religion (Nov. 20)
- OED Certificate Workshop 10: GLBTQ Identities and Communities (Dec. 01)
- OED Certificate Workshop 8: Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Making the Case for Women's Equity (Dec. 02)
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We all share responsibility for equity and diversity—it’s everybody’s everyday work. Diversity goes well beyond numeric representation and access. Far from just enriching campus life or the academic experience, equity and diversity are critical to issues of campus culture and climate, and fundamental to everything we do at the University of Minnesota.
- Workshop - Empowering Students to Navigate the Hidden Curriculum of Higher Education (Dec. 1)
- Feminist Friday: Intersections of Disability and Feminism (Dec. 11)
- Save the date for the next Keeping Our Faculty Symposium VII (April 17 - 19, 2016)
- EOAA Director Kimberly Hewitt is quoted in an MPR article about the U of M's affirmative consent policy
- Earn an Equity & Diversity Certificate through OED. Register for workshops today!
The GLBTA Programs Office led a group of students, faculty, staff and alumni in the 2015 Homecoming Parade.
Additionally, for the first time ever, a member of the GLBTA Programs Office staff - Assistant Director Jason Jackson - served as co-emcee of the parade.
In recognition of accessibility pioneer Sue Kroeger’s ceaseless efforts on behalf of those with disabilities, including her 14 years at the University, she received the first Sue A. Kroeger Lifetime Achievement Award from the Disability Resource Center on Monday, October 12, 2015.
Priscilla Gibson, professor in the U of M School of Social Work, sheds light on the practice of kinship care in African American families and communities.
VP Katrice Albert is a recipient of the 2015 Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Diversity in Business Award.
The Diversity in Business awards recognize some of the Twin Cities leading business leaders (owners and executives) from the GLBT and ethnic minority communities.