Chief Diversity Office News

Chief Diversity Office News

The ICDD is fortunate to have a strong partner in the University of Iowa to help guide us on our way to a healthier, more welcoming environment. Tom Rocklin, vice president of Student Life; Tonya Villhauer, coordinator of the Partnership for Alcohol Safety; and Georgina Dodge, UI’s chief diversity...
A program on campus gives University of Iowa faculty and staff the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills for creating an inclusive environment. Building University of Iowa Leader for Diversity is a joint initiative created last year by the Chief Diversity Office and the Office of Learning...
Cindy Ann Kilgo, a doctoral candidate in educational policy and leadership studies, was one of six recipients to be given the Diversity Catalyst Award by the UI Chief Diversity Office.
The University of Iowa ranks first in the nation in an assessment of how accessible its websites are to people with disabilities.
This week, veterans groups at the Universities of Iowa and Nebraska will be using a 344-mile ruck march not to build strength but to build awareness about one of the most serious issues facing veterans today: suicide.
Last week, the University of Iowa began preparations to announce the latest in its ongoing efforts to make this diverse campus and surrounding community more welcoming, safe, and inclusive. The recent events in Orlando now reaffirm the critical importance of those efforts.
The President's Black Student Advisory Committee is seeking applicants for open seats.  Any currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate, or professional students in good academic standing are eligible to apply for either committee. The Black Student Advisory Committee advises the president of the...
On behalf of the Chief Diversity Office, members of the University of Iowa community are invited to join us for the 17th annual Diversity Catalyst Awards Reception on Thursday, April 28, 2016. This award honors the distinctive and innovative work of individuals, organizations, and departments at...
Just Living, the University of Iowa’s Theme Semester on social justice, will begin with a reception on Thursday at the Old Capitol Museum. The Theme Semester program connects the university and Iowans across the state through activities and events related to the critically important topic of social...
UI leaders ask campus and community to engage in thoughtful discussion and understanding of differences.

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