College of Education 2016-2017 Dean's Diversity Lecture Series
These lectures are designed to engage the campus in healthy dialogues surrounding the issues of equity and diversity on and off campus.
For more information:dean's-distinguished-lecture-series
Daytime Flashlight Vigil Against Acts of Intolerance
May 5, 2016, Psychology Atrium
The Diversity Committee with the support from Department leadership and administration hosted this event. There have been multiple incidents of intolerance on campus recently: swastikas, the noose, anti-immigrant chalking, white student union website, and offensive party costumes.
In order to show solidarity with those directly targeted by these actions;
In order to express our strong belief that acts of intolerance and structural violence deeply affect and hurt all of us;
In order to end the semester on a note of witnessing and honoring inclusivity.
Bring your flashlights and phones to light up the atrium.
The Psychology Department is very pleased to announce that an all-gender, ADA accessible, family-friendly restroom has been built on the first floor next to the elevators. The department partnered with F&S to construct this new restroom, which is now available to use. Please note that there is an indicator on the door showing whether the restroom is available or in use. Be sure to lock the door while using the restroom, and unlock the door before leaving.
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