- 07/07/2015 8:30 AM OED Certificate Workshop 6: Educating about Equity & Diversity: Facilitating Challenging Conversations
- 07/08/2015 1:00 PM OED Certificate Workshop 9: Understanding Disability & Advancing Access
- 07/27/2015 10:00 AM Transgnder Commission Annual Retreat
- 07/28/2015 1:00 PM OED Certificate Workshop 10: GLBTQ Identities and Communities
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- Access the U of M's Equity & Diversity Vision Framework (PDF)
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- If you're experiencing discrimination
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.
- Statement from Dr. Katrice Albert on Charleston Shooting
- Fix-It Tech Clinic featuring free computer repair, education and tech support (June 26)
- Submit an event for the 2nd Annual Greater Than 7 weeklong event (Oct. 5-11)
- Save the date for the next Keeping Our Faculty of Color Symposium VII (April 17 - 19, 2016)
- Coverage of the inaugural VIP Weekend for multicultural high school students
- Earn an Equity & Diversity Certificate through OED. Register for workshops today!
“The think tank aims to be an ongoing forum bringing together thought leaders from community organizations, faculty and staff at the university and surrounding institutions. Students and advocates are involved as well.”
Read more about the inaugural Minnesota Men of Color Think Tank, which was highlighted in a MinnPost blog post.
Student Kaitlyn Mielke wrote about her experiences of the University of Minnesota as a Deaf-friendly campus and particularly, urges prospective students to consider all the resources that the U of M has to offer to Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Deafblind individuals.
Derek Maness, from the Office for Diversity in Graduate Education, is featured for his work to increase the numbers of graduate students from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds.
The U of M College of Science and Engineering highlights the work of the NorthStar STEM Alliance, a program that seeks to increase graduation rates for underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Darryl Peal, the new Executive Director of OED's Office for Business and Community Economic Development, is profiled by Insight News.