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Diversity Workshops Offered to Increase Understanding of Cross-Cultural Issues

January 21, 2022

The three programs offered are one-hour sessions in which participants share in dialogue about cultures, cultural competence, diversity and inclusion.


Eberly Center’s Lunch and Lead Series Returns for Spring Semester

January 20, 2022

The leadership development sessions will explore how to create positive change in your personal life, how to foster equitable work environments and how to maximize your digital network.


UToledo Introduces Latin American and Latinx Studies Minor

November 12, 2021

The 18-credit minor launched in fall semester for students to understand the experiences of people throughout the Latin American diaspora.


International Student Finds Purpose, Pushes Gender Inclusivity at UToledo

November 2, 2021

Valentina Campos Yanez decided that the homecoming terms “king” and “queen” were not inclusive and ran for homecoming king to broaden the conversation.


UToledo to Host Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Critical Race Theory

October 26, 2021

Titled “Critical Race Theory, Explained,” the virtual event will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday on Webex. The discussion will explore critical race theory as an academic theory to explain practices that disadvantage some while rewarding others.


University Libraries Sponsoring Virtual Anti-Racist Pedagogy Lecture Series Through Fall

October 26, 2021

Scheduled Oct. 27, Nov. 17 and Dec. 9 via Webex, the Anti-Racist Pedagogy Lecture Series will feature UToledo faculty. Online registration is required for each lecture.


Local Leaders Join Eberly Center for Virtual Lunch and Lead Sessions

October 19, 2021

The first speaker is Dr. Patrice McClellan, president of The Ronald Group and mentor of future leaders, who will explore what it means to bring your full self into your leadership in a session scheduled for noon Thursday.


UToledo to Host Dialogue on Diversity to Discuss Domestic Violence

October 18, 2021

The virtual event, which is the first of the academic year and 16th in the series, is titled “Intersectionality in Intimate Partner Violence” and will take place 6 p.m. Thursday on Webex.


As a Korean American Professor, Here Is What I Think ‘The Chair’ Gets Right

September 21, 2021

Dr. Joey Kim, assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literature, discusses in an op-ed the cultural representation of Korean American academics in the Netflix show “The Chair.”


Heritage and History Months Celebrate Campus Diversity

September 21, 2021

Each celebration will feature specialized events and activities, either on-campus or virtual, as part of its month-long schedule. Visit Invonet for more information.


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