The following resources provide insight into the work of the Center, and/or in support of Inclusive Excellence work across the University. Each links to a PDF file for reading, downloading and/or printing. (Get Adobe Reader software for free here.)
- CME newsletter
- Diversity Engagement Opportunities ("DEO") compilation of diversity-related events and programs (most recent edition linked)
- Diversity-related DU student organizations list
- Associate Provost Tuitt's November 2012 message to the DU community
- Inclusive Excellence Toolkit - example from Student Life 2014
- Diverse Learning Environments Study 2009 DU Site Visit Report
- Requesting Recommendation Letter Tips -guide for students
- The Danger of a Single Story TEDTalk by Chimamanda Adichie: full
- LGBTIQ&A online resources
- Tips for New English Language Center Students
Resources re: Ferguson and more
Since the start of the new academic year, CME has been addressing questions and concerns from faculty, staff, and students regarding opportunities for engagement and support for DU community members who are concerned with the ongoing situation in Ferguson, Missouri, and similar events nationally. Understanding that events beyond our campus boundaries can and do have an impact on our day-to-day interactions at DU, CME has prepared a resource document (PDF) to share with our faculty, staff, and student affinity groups. We recognize that all members in our community might also benefit from a friendly reminder of some resources available on campus, and so wish to share this document more widely. We would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to read it and share with others in your networks.
The Center also hosted an impromptu, informal discussion for the DU community on Tuesday, November 25th, the morning after the Ferguson grand jury's decision. While almost 50 staff, faculty and students stopped by, we know that not everyone was able to attend. Look for additional Community Conversation opportunities in the winter term, to continue discussing the impact of local, national and global events on our campus communities.
Bulletin Boards in a Bag
Starter material for posting in your residence hall or office, to provide educational insights around issues, observances and annual cultural history/heritage months. Details and usage suggestions are contained in each.
- Fall Welcome Back: DU Health Promotion's SEEK Success 2015 | 2014
- Congrats grad/Summer plans (June+) 2015 | 2014 | 2013
- Asian Pacific Heritage Month (May) 2015 | 2014 | 2013
- Disability Awareness (April) 2015
- Spring holidays & observances (April) 2014
- Women's History Month (March) 2015 | 2014
- Black History Month (February) 2015 | 2014
- Fall/Winter holidays around the world (Dec-Jan) 2014-15 | 2013-14
- Native History Month (Nov) 2014 | 2013
- LGBTQ History Month (Oct) 2014 | 2013
- Latino Heritage Month (Sept-Oct) 2015 |2014 | 2013
- Qkit: LGBTIQA programming kit, focused on residence hall staff, but including some bulletin boards, and usable beyond halls. Courtesy of the national Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals.