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Applications Now Available for the 2019-20 LGBTQ-Plus Mentoring Program
Faculty and staff members who wish to be LGBTQ-plus mentors and students who wish to be mentees can apply for the 2019-20 program.
Workshop: Becoming a Student-Ready University
Tia Brown McNair, vice president in the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success at Association of American Colleges and Universities, will give workshops on Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Nationally Known Social Justice Speaker to Visit University of Arkansas
Vernon Wall, president and founder of One Better World LLC, will lead a conversation about exploring identities at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at in the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education.
A-Week Aims to Assist in Transition and Success of Newest Razorbacks
A-Week, Aug. 19 - 25, is designed to aid incoming first-year students in their transition from high school to college.
Proposals for This Summer's 'Are We HIP and Well Enough?' Conference Due May 22
Proposals are currently being accepted for the July 31 conference featuring the campus' next installment of High-Impact Educational Practices or 'HIP' conversations.
Get in the Zone at the Multicultural Center in the Arkansas Union
The Zone in the Multicultural Center is a room where students, faculty, and staff members can take time out of their busy day to reflect, pray, meditate, or just take a few minutes for themselves.
Only One Week Remaining to Reserve a Book in the Human Library
This semester's Human Library event will be held April 3, 4, and 5 in Holcombe Hall. Check out a "human book" now!
Students and Staff Reflect on Black History Month
Chloe Deavens, Kenya Sykes and Adrain Smith talk with writer Paige McGaughy about the role that Black History Month plays in their day-to-day lives during February.
Do You Have a Story to Tell? Become Part of the Human Library
Do you or someone you know have an interesting life story, or a unique perspective? Share it through dialogue with another person in a safe and welcoming atmosphere at the Human Library.
Celebrating Black History Month 2019
Events for Black History Month kick off this week and continue through February with workshops, lectures, performances and the annual Shades of Ebony Awards.