Sponsored by the College of Humanities and Public Affairs Diversity Council Join the College of Humanities and Public Affairs Diversity Council for a panel discussion about diversity, equity and inclusion and (mis)information in education surrounding critical race theory. Friday, February 11 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Strong Hall 302 or via Zoom at … [Read more...] about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Critical Race Theory: (Mis)information in education
Meet Yolanda Lorge Yolanda Lorge is originally from Mexico and is now a naturalized American citizen. She is married with two children: Alanna, who lives in Kansas City with her husband and three daughters; Carlo, who is married with four daughters. Carlo is serving in the military, he is a Cavalry Scout in the army, has served two tours of duty, one in Iraq and one in … [Read more...] about Community spotlight: Yolanda Lorge
Join us as MSU President, Clif Smart, officially opens the 17th annual Public Affairs Conference - The Power of Voice. This kick-off session is in partnership with Dr. Lyle Foster and the Springfield Tough Talks Collaborative. I Have a Strong Voice! And I will use it to...? Tuesday, September 29, 2020 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM MSU's Plaster Student Union Theater Free and open to … [Read more...] about Public Affairs Conference Opening Event
Faculty often request guest speakers to talk about diversity-related topics in their classes. In an effort to support this, the Division for Diversity and Inclusion is creating a new program – MSU Diversity Champions. What is a MSU Diversity Champion? MSU Diversity Champions will serve as campus speakers and guest lecturers on topics of diversity, equity and inclusion in … [Read more...] about Become a Missouri State University Diversity Champion!