We invite you to use the resources on this site to learn more about our work, and how we can support your understanding and action for the University's commitment to Inclusive Excellence.
Multicultural Welcome Dinner
Multicultural Welcome Dinner
Tuesday, September 6th
5:45PM - 7:00PM
Each fall during Discoveries Orientation Week, the Center for Multicultural Excellence hosts the Multicultural Welcome Dinner for new students and their families to meet one another, learn about CME, and connect with current students, organizations and resources.
The Center for Multicultural Excellence has moved! Please visit us in our new space in the 2nd floor suite of Driscoll Center North. Phone numbers, emails, and web presence remain the same.
Please check back for updates about our new space, structure, and staff.
CME IS HIRING!
Would you like to engage in meaningful work that helps to advance DU's commitment to Inclusive Excellence? Have you been awarded a 2016-17 work-study? Then consider joining the CME team! We are currently seeking hard-working, passionate students for a variety of exciting and challenging positions.
You can browse our open positions here by logging in as instructed and entering 'Center for Multicultural Excellence' into the search bar.
DU Solidarity Event
The Center for Multicultural Excellence hosted a solidarity event on Friday, July 8th to honor the lives recently lost to gun violence. Members of the DU community gathered to grieve and reflect on how our community should respond to the violence.
Before leaving, many in attendance filled out a commitment to action sheet, an opportunity to share how they plan to make a difference in the future. The commitment to action sheet can be found here. Completed sheets are currently on display in the Driscoll Underground. If you would like yours to be featured, please drop off completed sheets at the IESSLD office in Driscoll Student Center North, Room 018.
Please visit the DU Newsroom for the University's coverage of the event.
Chancellor announces administrative changes
Last academic year, Chancellor Chopp began making structural changes at DU that affect CME, and has followed through with a number of Inclusive Excellence-related changes connected to the ongoing Imagine DU initiatives. She summarized many of these changes in her 8 June 2015 "state of Inclusive Excellence" summary.
Most of CME joined with Student Life under the new Vice Chancellor for Campus Life and Inclusive Excellence, focused on student experience; while other staff re-organized into the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), under the new Sr Advisor to the Chancellor and Provost, focused on faculty and academic issues. The two areas presented a joint End of Year presentation on May 17, available soon in PDF here.
Current programs and services through CME, IRISE and Student Life will continue with minimal changes for the foreseeable future. Stay for tuned for updates!
- Our pre-/fall trainings schedule is fairly full, but has some spaces left. Review available topics, and how to request one for your unit/group on our Training page.
- Check our Publications page for the latest Diversity Engagement Opportunities (DEO) compilation, Bulletin Boards in a Bag and annual reports.