Campus leaders encourage students, staff and faculty to reflect on the history and significance of Juneteenth, traditionally celebrated on June 19. Also, a search is underway for an assistant vice chancellor for Native American affairs. Read about these updates and more.
Academic and administrative planning units on campus—a total of 36—are continuing to develop action plans to improve student, staff and faculty outcomes. UndocuAlly sessions are scheduled through July. Read about these updates and more in the monthly DEI update.
The campus community is invited to events coinciding with Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day and raising awareness about issues and identities in the transgender community. Read up on this and more.
CU Boulder invites the campus community to attend the systemwide CU Social Justice Summit on Jan. 31. Also, we're looking ahead to Black History Month, and UndocuAlly trainings are return for the spring. Get updates on these topics and more!
Over the spring semester, the campus community will have a variety of opportunities to connect with colleagues, classmates and peers to engage in dialogue about initiatives and issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
This month, read about Acting Vice Provost Dyonne Bergeron, Colorado’s annual Equity Day of Dialogue, a CAAAS support program for first-year African American students, CU Boulder’s land acknowledgment and more news you can use.