Diversity Educational Programming
The Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) offers multiple educational series, designed for the entire campus community to engage with critical topics and key issues and to build content knowledge.
A series of peer facilitated workshops that aim to engage students in critical reflection and dialogue about topics related to social justice and equity. Participants of WOKEshops will explore intersections of social justice and STEM, develop and honor diverse identities and understand power and privilege.
A decompression opportunity for students to unwind, talk about the week, and have a fun afternoon
Chew on This!: A Lunchtime Learning Series
Engage with hot topics, learn something new and build your intercultural competence! Meet with interesting and engaging speakers.
Voices: Real Life, Real Perspectives
OID presents a series of panel discussions and more, featuring the voices and counter-stories of students and other campus community members. This series serves as the nexus of research and lived experiences.