A video featuring Nina Hernandez Beithon, a diveristy liaison coordinator with Student Counseling Services. In this video, she provides four tips for how to support students who may be struggling due to current and political events.
Tuesday, November 6th, 7:00pm, Barbara Barker Center for Dance - Studio 100, Free, Limited Seating, Please Arrive Early
Monday, October 22, 4:00-5:30 pm, 120 Coffey Hall
Link to Facebook event here
This bi-weekly dialogue group, normally held on East Bank, will be popping up in St. Paul in collaboration with the CFANS Office for Diversity and Inclusion. Co-sponsored with MCAE, this group centers undergraduate women-identified indigenous students, students of color, and multiracial students.
- Thursday, Oct. 18 from 2-4pm
- Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 3-5pm
Thursday October 25th, 10-11:30am, Yudof Hall Room 116
The Trans Advisory and Action Team (TAAT) is looking for more people to join them to plan and work on advocacy and actions to change the structures, spaces, and attitudes at the UMN to welcome and expect trans people to teach, learn, work, and flourish! If you're interested in joining, visit the link below and come to the October meeting!
The Disabled Student Cultural Center (DSCC) is partnering with the Disability Resource Center (DRC) to host monthly Coffee Hour events! We recognize the need to bring students together who share disability as an identity to connect with one another, discuss important topics around disability, and create community on campus. The first Coffee Hour event will take place on Thursday, October 25th from 10:00-11:00 am in 213 Coffman.
To our beautiful queer, trans, indigenous, and people of color community members:
It's time to register
Reserve your place for the eighth Keeping Our American Indian Faculty and Faculty of Color symposium scheduled for March 31 through April 2, 2019, at University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus.
This symposium will bring together scholars, practitioners, and leaders committed to understanding and promoting faculty diversity in academia. We invite you to join us as we explore the theme Power, Policy and Academic Freedom.