This update includes a new opportunity to update gender and pronouns in personal profiles, an upcoming deadline for a scholarship for DACA students, and the inclusive work of the Honors Program.
All students with majors in the College of Arts and Sciences are invited to take part in the virtual open forums. The aim of the forums is to generate action items on topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
African American Studies will present Dr. Miltonette Craig and Dr. Gregory Braswell for the fall 2020 lecture series.
Dr. Byron Craig’s latest research in visual rhetoric examines how violence on Black bodies is memorialized in contemporary culture.
The deadline to register for the Fall 2020 Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Conference is approaching. The event will be October 29-30 via Zoom.
Dr. Christa Platt, M.S. ’09, Ph.D. ’17, began her new role as director of the Multicultural Center on July 1, when all operations of the Diversity Advocacy office transitioned to the center.
The College of Education is excited for Teach Chicago Tomorrow, a new initiative with Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago that was announced at a recent press conference.
National Coming Out Day is Sunday, October 11, and ISU Pride is celebrating in innovative ways.
As part of Latinx Heritage Month, a virtual tour of the public art in the cultural and commercial district in Chicago, known as Paseo Boricua, will be from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, October 8, with tour guide Eduardo Arocho.
Latin American and Latino/a Studies program celebrates Latinx Heritage Month with Visiting Artist Dr. Alberto Ledesma’s series on the predicaments of undocumented Latino workers.