Published: Nov. 15, 2018

There was something for everyone at the CU system Diversity and Inclusion Summit. Attendees heard from best-selling author Beverly Tatum, CU leadership and peers at a variety of compelling sessions ranging in topic from student support through remote presence technology to women in the workplace, global "Englishes," being unapologetically oneself and more. People perused the Cultural Involvement Fair and delighted in CU Live! student performances. 

Beverly Tatum speaks at the VIP session during the Diversity and Inclusion Summit. Photo by Casey A. Cass. Participants of the Unpacking Gender - Provoked Safety Issues session demonstrate the inequality of gender night safety. Photo by Casey A. Cass. A dancer performs during the CU Live! Student Performances session at the Diversity and Inclusion Summit. Photo by Casey A. Cass.  Navigating Authenticity at the Workplace with Kyla Hines, Career Counselor, CU Denver. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.  Anti-Discrimination Law after Masterpiece, CU law professors lead a discussion on the high-profile cake baking case. Photo by Glenn Asakawa. Staff put the finishing touches on a Staff Council-produced poster during the second day of events. Photo by Glenn Asakawa.

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