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EKU Center for Student Accessibility Recognized by HEED

EKU Diversity Office

EKU's Center for Student Accessibility recognized by Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED!  In the Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) students with disabilities can find both the encouragement and support they need to not only successfully enroll in college, but also persist and graduate.

Institutions Offer Programs to
Assist Underrepresented Youth
with Transition to College

G.L.I.M.P.S.E.

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9th Annual G.L.I.M.P.S.E. Conference | Nov 11-12

EKU | Perkins Building

KickBack and Relax at the Multicultural Center

Wednesday | May 4 | 9am - 4:30pm

De-stress and Re-fresh before finals.  Enjoy snacks all day, including Fresh fruit, chocolate, cold and hot drinks.  We will have relaxing music and plenty of quiet activities such as:  coloring pages,  origami projects, word puzzles, card games and dominoes.

Located in Powell 110

Dr. Timothy Forde Named Outstanding Teacher

EKU Diversity

Dr. Timothy Forde was named outstanding teacher at the Colonel's Choice Awards Sunday evening, May 6, for his work with Athletes on a Mission.

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EKU Diversity Mini-Grant 2017-18

EKU Diversity Office

Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) is committed to creating and improving efforts to make our campus a more diverse and inclusive community. To support these efforts, the Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer, is soliciting proposals for the implementation of research and scholarly initiatives that address diversity and inclusive excellence on our campus.

The purpose of the EKU Diversity Mini-Grant Program is to:

The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program

The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations' Washington, DC Summer Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students a ten-week professional, academic, and career opportunity internship in the nation's capital. The program features a demanding mix of professional involvement, intellectual challenge, career exploration, and cultural encounters designed to provide interns with a rich and varied experience during their time in Washington.

2016 University Diversity Breakfast

Nov 10 | Keen Johnson Ballroom

7:30 Breakfast | 8:00 Program

Keynote Speaker BIANCA LYNNE SPRIGGS!

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Diversity Scholars 2017-18

EKU Diversity Office

The Diversity Office is proud to announce their Diversity Scholars for 2017-18

Tiana Caudill

Rebecca Coleman

Latrell Floyd

Victoria "Raven" Garcia

Dylan Hanshaw

Dakota Himes

Liubitza Mendoza Aguazul

London Nelson

Ivan Oliva

Jeniffer Paxtle-Granieno

Diamond Richards

AFA Celebrates Black History Month

“There is Room for You! Maximizing Opportunities for Blacks in Administration”

Facilitator: Ogechi Anyanwu, Professor of History and Director of African/African-American Studies

Date: February 27

Call Me MISTER* Initiative

Goal of the Call Me MISTER Initiative
To increase the pool of teachers from under represented
diversity populations. This program targets African
American and other male education majors with diverse
cultural backgrounds.

The program provides:
An academic support system to enhance student success
A cohort system for social and cultural support
Annual participation opportunity at CALL ME MISTER
Leadership Institute at Clemson University, Clemson, South
Carolina