The Center focuses its activities, projects, programs and publications
on research and analysis, training, and information dissemination.
Faculty Grant Program
To facilitate wider understanding of the social and academic impact of diversity, and to promote diversity within our community, the Center offers small grants to support research/analysis and public scholarship projects in a wide range of disciplines.
On October 28, Dr. James Jones shared findings of a report on the University's multicultural education requirement and introduce a tool for understanding diversity competences at a lunchtime talk. Read more on UDaily.
Fall 2015 Brown Bag Series
Our Fall 2015 Brown Bag Series takes place on select Mondays from 12:00 to 1:15 in the Faculty Commons located in 116 Pearson Hall. Beverages and cookies provided; bring your own lunch. All are welcome. Read more
The Center for the Study of Diversity has released its second annual report, outlining the Center's most recent activities, accomplishments, and goals. Read it here
From Dean Watson
The College of Arts and Sciences affirms our commitment to fostering a diverse and respectful educational environment that advances critical thinking, open inquiry and full participation by students, faculty and staff. Read More