The CU-Boulder 21st Diversity and Inclusion Summit
November 10-11, 2015 in the UMC
Building the Road Map: Diversity and Inclusion at CU, Boulder and Beyond
As the Building the Road Map: Diversity and Inclusion at CU, Boulder and Beyond theme indicates, the Diversity and inclusion Summit is intended to create a continuous learning and interactive experience for all CU-Boulder and surrounding communities, including students, staff and faculty, as well as the City of Boulder and Boulder County employees. The Summit experience should extend into the daily lives of community members and go beyond the two-day November event.
For the upcoming Summit, the Planning Committee invites proposals from all campus, city and county participants that encourage and sustain ongoing diversity and inclusion learning activities. The Committee is interested in proposals that offer practical guidance that begins at the Summit and extends into other day-to-day contexts and beyond the time while at the university or employment in the city and county.
The Summit Planning Committee strongly encourages proposals that:
Be a part of “going beyond.” Complete the online form here. You will be asked for a 100-word abstract and actionable next steps that “Go Beyond.”
Proposal Deadline: July 22, 2015.
If you missed a session, here’s your chance to see it! Recorded sessions cover a range of topics including civil rights, gender violence, asking the question, “In this time of Ferguson, does my degree even matter?” and student leaders of Oyate, Black Student Alliance and UMAS y MECHA present on both current and historical racism, exclusion, and their simultaneous activism and triumphs.
Did you miss a session from the Diversity and Inclusion Summit that you really wanted to see? Now you can. Key sessions were captured on LectureCast including Adam Bradley’s Hip Hop Road Map to Diversity; the lieutenant governor’s address; Patricia Gurin’s keynote, Dick Jessor and panelists from the “Where Have We Come From” discussion, Melissa Hart’s “Diversity Under Scrutiny;” Bianca Williams’ “Made in America: Jay Z and American Blackness;” and city, county and CU representatives from the “Where Are We Now/Where Are We Going” panel. Tune in!