Diversity & Inclusion
NextGen Professors Program
Advancing Diverse Future Faculty
Celebrate the diversity of outstanding community engagement. Present your own project. Network with students, faculty, staff and community partners. Or just learn how to get started in community-engaged work.
During this interactive session, participants will explore the five key skills of emotional intelligence—recognizing, understanding, labeling, expressing, and regulating emotions—as well as examples of culturally responsive practices. Through narrative, Dr. Simmons will discuss how the intersection of emotionally intelligent and culturally responsive practices can help to tackle impostor syndrome and create equitable and welcoming communities for all.
About Dena Simmons, Ed.D.:
Summer 2018 Session for Graduate and Professional Students & Postdoctoral Scholars
Campus-Wide Breaking Bread Dinner- In Praise of Adequacy--Reducing the High Stress Culture of Perfectionism: A Mental Health Discussion
In the spirit of diversity, inclusion and dialogue, we invite you to join us for our next Campus-Wide Breaking Bread Dinner to participate in an open dialogue with other members of our community.
30 first-generation CU students will participate in the 1vyG; The Inter-Ivy, First-Generation Students' Conference at the University of Pennsylvania during the February break. They will return and share their experience with the first-generation staff and faculty
In this CIRTLCast Semiar series, examine how social and cultural contexts shape the experiences of undergraduate women in STEM. In each week of this series, we will discuss the unique challenges faced by women in their educational trajectories. Despite efforts to broaden participation in STEM over the last few decades, women remain underrepresented in these fields. Across the series, we will explore how equity-oriented, inclusive practices can transform teaching and learning in STEM.