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State of Diversity forum slated for Oct. 28
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion will host its third-annual State of Diversity forum from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 28, and registration is now open.
This year’s event will be offered in a hybrid format. The in-person experience will be limited to 100 individuals while the live streaming will be made available to all registrants prior to the event. Individuals invited to participate in the in-person experience will be notified the week of the event.
This State of Diversity will provide the campus community with critical diversity updates, highlight the achievements and successes of inclusive excellence at Nebraska, and feature a panel of nationally-recognized diversity experts and leaders.
Since 2019, this event has provided historical and key data points, reporting, and measure our institutional progress towards inclusive excellence.
The 2021 panel discussion on diversity will be given by:
Allison Davis-White Eyes
Antonio FariasU.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Amer F. Ahmed
Georgina DodgeIX Coordinator at the University of Iowa for seven years, then relocated to Bucknell University in central Pennsylvania as chief diversity officer and associate provost.
More information on the event and the panelists can be found on the 2021 State of Diversity website. Inquiries can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.