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Sept.-Oct. 2014

Inclusive Excellence News

Looking for upcoming Native American Heritage Month events

(Oct. 21, 2014) In an effort to promote greater awareness of Native American cultural events at the University of Denver and the community, the Native American Heritage Month Committee through the Center for Multicultural Excellence is collecting information on upcoming events during the month of November. Please email Sable Schultz, sable.schultz@gmail.com, about planned events. Please include event time, date, location, description of the event, title of event, contact information, if the event is open to the general public and if you would like assistance promoting your event. All events must be submitted by Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 5 p.m.

Diversity Summit call for workshop proposals

(Oct. 21, 2014) The 2015 Diversity Summit will be held January 22-23, 2015. This year’s theme, “Fifty Years Since Selma: Your Voice Still Matters,” ties into the state of Colorado’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration theme, “actions that made progress possible 50 years ago and what we can do today to continue the struggle for social justice and equality in the United States.” Workshop proposals are now being accepted and are due by 9 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 3. Submissions can be made here.

October is LGBT History Month

Have you visited DU’s Pride Portal? This site is a centralized source for all sorts of information for our LGBTIQ & Ally classmates, colleagues, friends and larger community. Visit du.edu/pride to learn more.

See the full list of LGBT History Month events

Latino Heritage Month - Sept. 15-Oct. 15

Latino Heritage Month

From exhibits and film screenings to topical discussions and policy forums, the University has a wide array of programming in recognition of Latino contributions to culture, politics and history.  

 

See the full list of Latino Heritage Month events

 

Inclusive Excellence at DU

Inclusive Excellence (IE) is the recognition that a community or institution's success is dependent on how well it values, engages and includes the rich diversity of students, staff, faculty, administrators, and alumni constituents. More than a short-term project or single office initiative, this comprehensive approach requires a fundamental transformation of the institution by embedding and practicing IE in every effort, aspect, and level of a college or university. The goal is to make IE a habit that is implemented and practiced consistently throughout an institution.

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