JANUARY 2017 UPDATE: ALL OF THE BUTTONS HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED AND WE WON'T BE ORDERING MORE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Due to their popularity, additonal "No Hate" buttons have been ordered and are available for pick-up at 3 Morrill Hall. Feel free to take one for yourself or a 100 or so for your department or student group, while supplies last.
When wearing this button, consider these things we each can do to create a welcoming, safe and respectful campus for all.
More students of color and applicants from outside the Upper Midwest helped shape the University of Minnesota’s class of 2020 — the biggest since 1970, according to recently-released freshmen data.
The class of 5,880 students — which is more diverse than recent years — is part of the University’s effort to increase enrollment in select colleges, said Dean of Undergraduate Education Bob McMaster.
Tuesday, December 6, 3-4:30 pm, 325 Education Sciences Building, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Michigan State University (MSU) Associate Professor Kyle Powys Whyte will lead the next forum of the Engaged Scholar Critical Community Engagement Roundtable, focusing on decolonization and research. The Timnick Chair in the Humanities at MSU, Whyte is an associate professor of philosophy and community sustainability, a faculty member of the Environmental Philosophy and Ethics graduate concentration, and a faculty affiliate of the American Indian Studies and Environmental Science and Policy programs. He is an enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation.
Co-sponsored by the University's Department of American Indian Studies and the Office for Public Engagement, this year's roundtable series focuses on decolonization and community-engaged scholarship, and will address the role universities play in reproducing patterns of colonization, how community engagement can help transform these patterns, and how decolonization can be a lens for academic work.
The Bias Response Team has been renamed the Bias Response and Referral Network (BRRN). The new name was chosen to better reflect its role as a collaborative entity that responds to bias incidents on the Twin Cities campus in ways that support those most impacted, promotes education and dialogue, and affirms the University's commitment to equity and diversity, free speech, and academic freedom.
Grand Rounds: Thurs, Dec 1, 12-1 pm, Moos 2-650
Speaker: Angela Byars-Winston, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin