Barker plans State of Diversity forum Oct. 29

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Barker plans State of Diversity forum Oct. 29

 Marco Barker talks with members of the campus community in the Nebraska Union in the days after he started in April as the university's first vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion. | Craig Chandler, University Communication
Craig Chandler | University Communication
Marco Barker talks with members of the campus community in the Nebraska Union in the days after he started in April as the university's first vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion.

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will hold its first State of Diversity event from 9 to 11 a.m. Oct. 29 in the Nebraska Union Ballroom.

The presentation, which is free and open to the campus community, will feature an update from Marco Barker, vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, and a keynote from Maurice Stinnett, vice president of diversity, inclusion and culture for BSE Global.

Barker will provide an update on the university’s diversity efforts and work being done to build a path toward becoming an institution that embodies inclusive excellence.

Breakfast will be provided. RSVP online by Oct. 18 to attend.