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Diversity Summit on Inclusive Excellence


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THursday, January 22nd


7:00-8:30PM: Panel discussion: Changing the outcomes for Brown and Garner: Using the power of the VOTE, Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall. See panel participant bios on speakers page.

9:00-10:30PM: Film screening, Dear White People, Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall, co-sponsored by DUPB (DU Programming Board)

Friday, January 23rd

Registration for Friday sessions is now closed. Call to Action Closing Reception is still open to all.

7:30-8:30AM: Summit registration & continental breakfast, Sturm Hall lobby | Graduate Student IE Welcome Breakfast, Sturm Hall 286* (see below)

8:30-10:00AM: Welcome and morning panel, Davis Auditorium, Sturm Hall | Champions of Change Awards Ceremony

10:15-11:30AM: Workshop Session 1, Sturm Hall, various locations

11:45AM-1:30PM: Estlow Luncheon keynote speaker, Michelle Bernard, America's Promise: Moving America Toward True Racial, Social, and Gender Justice, Cable Center

1:45-3:00PM: Workshop Session 2, Sturm Hall, various locations

3:15-4:30PM: Workshop Session 3, Sturm Hall, various locations

4:30-5:30PM: Call to Action Reception, Knoebel School of Hospitality Management at the Joy Burns Center

*Newly admitted graduate students were invited to attend the Prospective Graduate Student Welcome Breakfast, hosted by the Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) and the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS), from 7:30-8:30am. This is an excellent opportunity to connect with OGS and CME staff, various graduate program representatives, as well as meeting other new and current DU graduate students from various campus affinity organizations, and other admitted graduate students.