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.
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The Center is offering an abridged version of our Diversity Brown Bag series in Spring 2014. 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. Please join our spring Brown Bags on the following dates:
April 7: Ted Davis, Department of Political Science and International Relations
Race, Politics, and Educational Disparities: The Case of Delaware
April 21: Jill Ewing Flynn, Department of English
Addressing the Demographic Imperative: A Public Scholarship Framework to Recruit and Retain Diverse Teacher Candidates
April 28: Carrie Barnum, Department of Biology
SACNAS Two-Step Mentoring Program Towards Diversity in STEM Fields
May 12: Rebecca Covarrubias, Department of Psychology
Promoting Academic Success: Examining the Academic Self-Concepts of First-Generation College Students