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CU professor, regents testify for in-state tuition for American Indian students with Colorado ties

Feb. 18, 2021

A number of CU affiliates testified before the Colorado Senate Education Committee, expressing support for a bill that would grant in-state tuition to members of American Indian nations with historical ties to Colorado.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano

Chancellor’s outreach series to highlight inclusion, student wellness, storytelling, more

Feb. 15, 2021

CU Boulder Where You Are will feature four episodes this season on what a holistic approach to student wellness really means, why inclusion matters, the power of storytelling and how the scientific process can help us build cultural understanding.

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CU regents approve renaming of 2 campus buildings

Feb. 11, 2021

Approved are the new names of two buildings––one after pioneering alumna and lifelong educator Lucile Berkeley Buchanan and another after Professor Emeritus Albert Ramírez and his late wife, Vera, who for many years provided support, mentorship and guidance to first-generation and other underrepresented students.

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3 new ways to engage in inclusive learning

Feb. 9, 2021

Human Resources has added two new diversity learning development opportunities at no cost and also is sharing a comprehensive Racial Equity Tools Glossary.

Dr. Eddie Moore Jr.

Workshop Feb. 18 to explore the unpacking of unconscious bias

Feb. 9, 2021

Join the Conference on World Affairs and guest Eddie Moore Jr., director of The Privilege Institute for a brief video and interactive workshop in which participation will include answering questions such as, "How often have you experienced or felt unconscious bias towards yourself or someone else?"

Kristen Carpenter

Join lecture Feb. 18—a case study on Indigenous peoples in the US

Feb. 9, 2021

Professor Kristen Carpenter will review the legal history of governmental suppression of Indigenous peoples’ religions in the United States and consider the potential for reform based on a human rights approach to religion.

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TRANSforming Gender Conference to present trans/nonbinary faculty of color panel

Feb. 9, 2021

The Feb. 23 panel will bring together trans and nonbinary faculty of color to speak about their experiences conducting research and engaging in activism, teaching and mentoring in higher education.

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Webinar coming Feb. 19 for campus diversity professionals

Feb. 9, 2021

Campus diversity professionals are invited to join the Association of American Universities webinar, What Racial Equity Requires, led by Shaun Harper, who will offer practical guidance on complex racial problems.

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Braving the wilderness: Workshops explore how to be courageous

Feb. 9, 2021

Engage in interactive, thought-provoking discussions and reflective, critical-thinking exercises exploring courage. The student session is Feb. 18 and the employee sessions are on Feb. 18 and 23.

Mikhy Ritter, Becky Roser and Nancy Pierce

Supporting an environment where everyone is welcome

Feb. 3, 2021

Mikhy Ritter, Becky Roser and Nancy Pierce see the new music building’s gender-neutral restroom as an important symbol of inclusivity and community at the College of Music.