The Center focuses its activities, projects, programs and publications
on research and analysis, training, and information dissemination.
"Disabled Upon Arrival"
On September 22, Jay Dolmage of the University of Waterloo will give a public talk titled "Disabled Upon Arrival: Technologies of Disablement and Racialization at the Border." Read more
2014 Distinguished Lecture
Professor Richard Tapia of Rice University will deliver the lecture "Diversity Crisis in Higher Education: The Need for New Understanding and New Leadership" on Monday, October 13 at 4 PM in Gore Recital Hall.
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
The Center for the Study of Diversity has released its first annual report, outlining the goals and activities that have guided our first year. Read More