One program helped Dr. Leonard B. Horton III complete his EdD.
The Division for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DDEI) is looking for artwork from diverse student artists to be featured at the 2023 Collaborative Diversity Conference and showcased in the DDEI suite in Carrington Hall during the spring and fall 2023 semesters. The details: Submission deadline: February 1, 2023 You must be a current student at […]
The media often does the top stories of the year. As a university community our year is a bit different given we have semesters. What are the top stories for Bear Nation and what had the most impact on you? What would you do differently? What changed you? What did you learn? Come join the […]
Interpersonal violence prevention and building healthy relationships
Cultural and religious observances
Black History Month, also known as African American History Month, is a month-long celebration of contributions African Americans have made to American history, as well as a time to recognize their struggle with adversity while fighting for freedom and equality. Black History Month is celebrated in February each year. The Origin of Black History Month […]
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Culture/religion: National observance Date: January 16 The third Monday of each January is dedicated to commemorating the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr. King advocated the use of nonviolent means to end racial segregation, first coming to national prominence during the bus boycott of African Americans in Montgomery, Alabama in […]
In other news
This fall, the sociology and anthropology department is offering a new course – SOC 350: Violence and Society in Latin America. Register now for this dynamic understanding of Latin America, including: Historical facts of Latin America violence and its roots Sociological perspectives related to violence in Latin American societies Understand the various regions that comprise […]
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