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Top reasons to attend the Diversity and Inclusion Summit on Feb. 25

Feb. 21, 2020

Whether you're a student, staff or faculty member, here are some of the top reasons and sessions to join at the spring Diversity and Inclusion Summit, to be held at the University Memorial Center.

Kate Fagan

Kate Fagan talks inclusivity in sports ahead of upcoming summit

Feb. 20, 2020

CUBuffs.com caught up with former CU basketball player Kate Fagan for a Q&A ahead of the Feb. 26 Inclusive Sports Summit. Fagan, along with former CU football player Phillip Lindsay, is a keynote speaker.

An aerial view of the CU Boulder campus

Spring update: efforts to improve anti-racism policies, safety, resources and support

Feb. 19, 2020

As a follow-up on efforts to improve campus anti-racism policies, resources and training for the community, CUSG Director of Diversity and Inclusion Olivia Gardner and Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement Bob Boswell are sharing an update on progress, action items and next steps.

CU Buff rug in focus during a Diversity and Inclusion Summit session

3 reasons to attend the free Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 26

Feb. 14, 2020

This year’s Inclusive Sports Summit will explore privilege, as well as inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation. It will feature keynote speakers Kate Fagan and Phillip Lindsay. Here are just a few reasons to attend.

Participants brainstorm during the 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Spring diversity summit to help set intentions for action

Feb. 12, 2020

The theme of the Diversity and Inclusion Summit on Feb. 25 is “intentionality: humanity in action,” featuring workshops and interactive sessions to help you move from talking about diversity and inclusion to taking action with intention.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Supporting our community, our values and each other

Feb. 7, 2020

As our spring semester hits full stride, I want to remind us of the standards of conduct we hold ourselves to and our need to remain vigilant in protecting and supporting each member of our community. We face persistent challenges in our efforts to foster a truly inclusive CU Boulder, and we share responsibility for enabling a safe, welcoming campus for all.

Campus community members walking on campus

Equity and Excellence Awards nominations now open, due March 2

Feb. 5, 2020

The award is designed to recognize campus members who have effectively worked to promote the principles of making excellence inclusive in teaching, leadership, community engagement and more.

Panelists speak at a past Inclusive Sports Summit

Kate Fagan, Phillip Lindsay to speak at Inclusive Sports Summit Feb. 26

Feb. 4, 2020

Fagan and Lindsay will serve as keynote speakers for the annual summit on Wednesday, Feb. 26, which will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation.

Members of the CU community meet with CU Boulder leadership in small groups during the CU Leadership "Unplugged" session during the second day of events for the 2019 Spring Diversity and Inclusion Summit at the University Memorial Center. (Photo by  Patrick Campbell/University of Colorado)

Spring Diversity and Inclusion Summit to be held Feb. 25

Feb. 3, 2020

Join the campus for a full day of conference-style sessions including experts focusing on making excellence inclusive. The CU Boulder community and City of Boulder employees are welcome.

Student Recreation Center

Inclusive Sports Summit scheduled for Feb. 26

Feb. 3, 2020

The summit, open to the public, will provide a space for all to discuss social issues while embracing one's differences through interactive presentations, panel discussions and experiential opportunities.

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