Responding to Racism on College and University Campuses: A Four-Part Virtual Summit

Monday, December 7, 2015

The Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at the University of Pennsylvania is home to Penn Summit, a series of daylong professional development experiences for educators and educational leaders. In response to recent college student protests, the Center is offering a special four-part Virtual Penn Summit that will help higher education administrators and faculty better understand and respond more effectively to racism on their campuses. Educators can register for a single online module or for the full series. Professor Shaun R. Harper, founder and executive director of the Center, will lead four modules in the Virtual Penn Summit. Learn more and register for the modules.  


Becoming an International Student Leader

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Jiayin (Julia) Qian believes in opportunity. Opportunity led her from her hometown of Jinan, China to the University of Minnesota campus, and from being a new student to receiving the prestigious President’s Student and Leadership Award. Adjusting to a new culture didn’t come without its share of speed bumps; however, by using opportunities she found on campus, Qian was able to gain a new understanding of her surroundings and herself.

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Results from Nov 19 Dialogue to Action

Thursday, December 3, 2015

On Nov 19,  at "Mizzou to Minnesota: Dialogue to Action," 75 University students came together to discuss current and historical events around equity and inclusion. Here are the results:

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The next "Dialogue to Action" event is happening on Mon, Dec. 14 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at TCF Bank Stadium. Co-sponsors include the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Black Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, and Council on Graduate Students. Watch for more details soon.