“My primary responsibility as a librarian at the U is to teach information literacy and for me, that means ensuring every student has equitable access to all of the resources, services and knowledge they need to accomplish their goals.”
School for Cultural and Social Transformation
After just one year in the School for Cultural and Social Transformation, the number of Disability Studies minors has doubled.
On March 29, the U’s Division of Ethnic Studies will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a day of panels and an evening reception.
Nicole Robinson to serve as associate vice president for Equity and Diversity.
From my involvement and activism with the Asian American Student Association and the Queer and Trans Students of Color groups, to being a part of the creation of the new School for Cultural and Social Transformation, I was able to find family and community.
A new initiative is aimed at adding a global perspective to the division’s curriculum.
U moves forward in creating a welcoming and inclusive environment.
The U is in the process of hiring two new full-time faculty in Pacific Islander studies and recently created a new scholarship aimed at recruiting and retaining talented Pacific Islander students.
U launches School for Cultural and Social Transformation, paving the way for expanded research and educational contributions.
The Carolyn and Kem Gardner Building will be a state-of-the-art learning space, equipped with the latest technology and thinking about how to foster learning of the highest caliber.