As part of its educational mission, the Center sponsors lectures, seminars, brown bag talks, symposia, and conferences. The lectures are open to the public and focus on broad diversity topics, and they feature nationally prominent scholars and policy analysts. The brown bags, seminars, and workshops are specialized, small meetings with targeted topics for members of the University of Delaware community.
Please follow the menu links on the left to learn more about our offerings.
This fall, the Center and the Vice Provost for Diversity were proud to present Rob Sellers of the University of Michigan in our inaugural Lecture on Excellence in Diversity. Details are available here.
The Center is offering our Diversity Brown Bag series in Fall 2015. These sessions provide a forum for faculty, grad students, and other affiliates of the Center to exchange ideas and updates about diversity research topics, approaches, data, and concepts.
All are invited to these informal talks.
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. The following talks are featured:
October 19: Lynnette Young Overby, Professor of Theatre
"African American History: Uncovered, Transformed, and Disseminated
October 26: Rosalie Rolon Dow, Professor, School of Education
Carla Guerron-Montero, Professor of Anthropology, Director of Latin American & Iberian Studies
"Campus Goals fo Diversity and Equity at the Univesrity of Delaware: Latino/a Student Perspectives"
November 9: Michael Dickinson, PhD candidate in History
"Social Rebirth: The Enslaved Black Experience in the Urban British Atlantic, 1680-1800"
November 16: Samantha S. Kelley and Faith Okpotor, PhD candidates in Psychological & Brain Sciences
"Gender Code Switching and Political Decision Making"