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International Women's Day Event Planned for March 8
The Women's Giving Circle and Arkansas Alumni Association have teamed up to offer a celebration featuring four panelists who will share their unique experiences.
Eleanor Mann School of Nursing Students Develop 'Diversity Toolkit'
Jessica Weiss and Payne Colton, students in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, developed a "Diversity Toolbox" to promote inclusion and to foster a deeper understanding of issues like racial bias.
Women Working as Police Detectives
Not many women went undercover to snare famous criminals in the early 20th century. Isabella Goodwin, New York City's first woman police detective, did exactly that.
Fay Jones School Hosts Virtual 'Piggybacking Practices' Symposium
Virtual symposium brings together some of North America’s most innovative architects, urban designers and scholars for a conversation exploring “piggybacking practices.”
RSVP for LGBTQ-Plus Lavender Graduation by March 12
Lavender Graduation invites students — undergraduate and graduate — to save the date for Lavender Graduation 2021 at 11 a.m. CST on April 10 via Zoom. Please RSVP by 5 p.m. Friday, March 12.
'Now, Let's Talk' in March Focuses on 'isms' and Intersectionality
During March, the "Now, Let's Talk" program by the Dr. Barbara A. Lofton Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Walton College will focus on "isms" and intersectionality.
Fulbright College Seeking Submission for New Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Anthology Through March 1
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council in Fulbright College is still accepting submissions for a new self-published anthology called YOUofA: An Anthology of UARK Student Voices.
'OUCH!' Training Now Available to Campus
"OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts" is a 30-minute training available on Blackboard for students, faculty and staff to gain communication skills for promoting inclusion and respect.
LGBTQ-Plus Love Panel Discussion Tonight
The LGBTQ+ Mentoring Program, along with the Multicultural Center and CAPS, wants to invite you to join its virtual panel discussion on LGBTQ+ Love at 5:30 p.m..
Lecture on 'Joy Through Radical Sex Positivity'
Writer Ericka Hart will talk about sexual health and wellness from a queer, anti-racist angle at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, via Zoom.