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FREE MOSAIIC Conference

The Multicultural Opportunities, Strategies and Institutional Inclusiveness Conference (MOSAIIC) if FREE to all EKU faculty, staff and students!

Nov 9 & 10 | University of Kentucky

Keynote presentation: "In Pursuit of Justice: Your Free Expression Rights" by Dr. Aimee Edmondson (Ohio University)

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Scholars Week April 10-14, 2017

EKU Noel Student Celebrates Scholars Week

April 10-14 2017

The week begins with Arts Student Association Annual Juried Exhibition, 2-4pm in Fred Parker Giles Library and is filled with presentations, awards, performances, alumni spotlights and a Diversity Scholars Panel on Wednesday, April 12, 3:30 - 5pm in Allen Auditorium 108 of the Main Library.

Teaching and Learning Innovations Series

TLI: Culturally Competent Instructional Strategies that Support the Achievement of All Students
  
This workshop, part of the Teaching and Learning Innovations Series, will discuss three dimensions of cultural competency that might enhance the achievement of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Survive & Advance

EKU Diversity Office

EKU Center for Student Accessibility Presents:

Survive & Advance: Accessibility and Athletics

Oct 24 | 9am | Whitlock Auditorium

Click here for full program

For more information contact: Ashley.Oliver@eku.edu

Dr. Roger Cleveland Among Keynote Speakers

Inclusive Excellence Training

Dr. Roger Cleveland, EKU Diversity Office's Inclusive Excellence Trainer, was amoung the keynote speakers at the Governor's Early Childhood Conference on Friday, June 30.

Deaf Senior Finds New Path, Fresh Hope

After working with IBM in Poughkeepsie, New York, Timothy Mackey's began his new career path at EKU.  In the fall of 2015 Timothy began his path to become an ASL teacher.

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2nd Annual EKU Food Drive

Annual Food Drive

EKU's Colonel's Cupboard and the University Diversity Office has kicked-off their 2nd Annual Food Drive during November Hunger Awareness Month.  Offices and departments across campus are partnering to beat last year's record of collecting over one ton (over 2000 lbs.) of food for EKU students. Donations will be excepted through November 30th.

Why Partner for the Colonel's Cupboard?

If These Halls Could Talk

If These Halls Could Talk

Oct 13 | 5:30-8:30pm Powell Underground (snacks and refreshments will be provided)

"We hate each other because we fear each other. And we fear each other because we do not know each other. And we do not know each other because we are separated from each other." -Martin Luther King

11 college student were brought together to discuss what it is like on campuses across the country today. The students share the frustration and anguish of trying to be understood and acknowledged on campuses where the faculty and students were predominantly white.

University Closed

EKU Diversity Office

EKU will be closed from Monday, December 18, 2017 to Monday, January 1, 2018.  The Diversity Office will reopen on Tuesday, January 2, 2018.

RACE and DISABILITY

EKU Diversity Office

DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS: the intersection between RACE and DISABILITY

 by Ashley Oliver, JD

          Oct 19 | 1pm | Whitlock 549

Center for Student Accessibility