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Campus Life & Inclusive Excellence

Student Life: Get Involved!

ONLINE RESOURCES

We are working to expand the number and variety of online resources available online, to help you connect with information, organizations and opportunities to broaden and deepen their experience in sharing across our similarities and differences.

We welcome your constructive feedback on and suggestions for resources; email igr@du.edu

Events & Opportunities

  • Diversity Engagement Opportunities (DEO): a compilation of on- and off-campus Inclusive Excellence-related events.
  • DU Diversity Portal events calendar (under construction)
  • Catalyst Series for Social Justice (GSSW)
  • Interfaith your calendar with DU CJS
  • ISSS Global Friends program promotes friendship across cultures by matching international students with someone the DU faculty, staff or alumn community.
  • ELC Conversation Partners program connects ELC and other US and international students on campus.
  • WORC (Whites Organizing for Racial Consciousness) is a space for DU community members to come together to talk about racial justice and the responsibility white people have in building a more just and fair community for people of color. (Any discussion of identity is intersectional; however, the focus of this group is to discuss racial identity.)
    more about WORC

    Participants are determined to do the WORC within our own campus to make our larger community fair, just and safe. WORC is designed to encourage reflection, including receiving and offering critical feedback. Monthly, usually midday, meetings focus on readings selected to advance white identity consciousness and criticality, with discussion of and engagement in action steps to deconstruct and dismantle white supremacy. It is integral that folks who participate in WORC have a genuine curiosity and interest in learning about and dismantling white supremacy. For meeting details, email iee.worc@du.edu

Information

Noted items are provided as PDF documents unless otherwise noted; download Reader for free.

Bulletin Boards in a Bag (BBB) (PDF)

We're revamping our BBB series, with all new history/ heritage month Boards, which share both celebrations of and challenges faced by communities. We'll also be adding new Boards on additional issues, identities, and current events.

These PDF packets are starter material for posting in your residence hall, classroom, or office, to provide educational insights and conversation starters. Details and usage suggestions are contained in each.

  • Elections Overview 2020
  • Congrats grads/Summer plans (Jun+) 2019
  • Asian Pacific Heritage Month (May) 2019
  • Disability Awareness (Apr) 2019
  • Spring holidays & observances (Apr) 2019
  • Women's History Month (Mar) 2019
  • Black History Month (Feb) 2019
  • Fall/Winter holidays around the world (Dec-Jan)
  • Religious Awareness Week/Month (Nov)
  • Native History Month (Nov)
  • LGBTQ History Month (Oct)
  • Latinx Heritage Month (Sept-Oct) 2018
  • Privilege
  • Microaggressions

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