Three forums to examine diversity, inclusion study

Three forums to examine diversity, inclusion study

Nebraska Union Plaza
Craig Chandler | University Communication
The universitywide diversity and inclusion study will be the focus of three Sept. 25 public forums in the Nebraska Union.

Three forums examining results of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's diversity and inclusion study are today.

The hour-long forums are 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. The presentations will be led by Rona T. Halualani of Halualani and Associates, a national research firm that is working with the university on the study.

Rona Halualani
Rona Halualani

The forums are free and open to the university community. The final 15 minutes of each forum will allow for questions and answers.

Halualani and Associates already has completed diversity benchmarking and mapping reports for the university. Learn more about both studies.

Rona Halualani will guide three forums Sept. 25 in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. The hour-long sessions are open to the university community. The final 15 minutes of each forum will allow for questions and answers.

This study is part of the university's continuous efforts to enhance diversity and inclusion on campus. Administrators and the Chancellor's Diversity Council are currently leading the diversity and inclusion initiative.