In the Press

    • Spring 2017, Oregon Quarterly
    • Ming Canaday has turned obstacles into opportunities and is now paying it forward. 
  • Saying no to the Dakota Access Pipeline

    • ​​​March 27th, 2017
    • Harvard GazetteUniversity of Oregon professor of Northwest and Pacific History is quoted in this article on the Dakota Access Pipeline .."When I hear accounts of pipeline proponents dismissing the water protectors’ claims that the pipeline’s construction has damaged graves and other sacred sites and that it threatens a sacred resource, water … I can’t help but place them in a long history of settler colonial claims.”
  • SOJC professor, Pulitzer Prize winner Alex Tizon has died

    • March 24, 2017, School of Journalism and Communication web
  • Campus workshop will focus on improving disability inclusion

    • March 21, 2017, Around the O
    • Striving for Excellence: Strategies for Reaching the Highest Standards for Disability Inclusion is a workshop hosted by the Division of Equity and Inclusion to help campus become a more welcoming place for people with disabilities.
  • Diversity in Rural Communities: Academic Minute

    • March 30, 2017, Inside Higher Ed
    • Is racial diversity confined to big cities? In today's Academic Minute, Pennsylvania State University's Jennifer Van Hook looks at the diversity of rural America and whether it is here to stay. Van Hook is a professor of sociology and demography at Penn State. The transcript of this podcast can be found here.
  • UO joins National Center on Faculty Development and Diversity

  • UO's number of diversity excellence scholars tops 100 

  • Professor Daniel HoSang named Associate Director of Equity and Inclusion

  • Rehearsals for Life offers hands-on workshop at Showcase Oregon

  • Indigenous preservation advocate Don Ivy welcomed by the Office of Equity and Inclusion

  • Corvallis Group Tries to Narrow the Achievement Gap

    • KLCC, Dec. 22, 2013
    • The number of Latinos in Oregon schools has reached 22-percent, but an achievement gap between Latinos and whites stubbornly continues. A program in Corvallis may be having some success in improving outcomes for Latino students. Read more.
  • Meeting the Challenge: Women CIOs

    • UO Vice Provost for Information Services & Chief Information Officer Melissa Woo featured in, “Meeting the Challenge: Women CIOs”.  | Read more

  • Tackling video games' diversity and inclusivity problems at the Different Games conference

  • Polygon, April 30, 2013
  • We all love video games, but they can be better. That was the sentiment driving Different Games, a conference held this past weekend at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn. Individuals involved in various aspects of the game industry — developers, critics, academics, journalists and more — gathered for a two-day summit from April 27-28 about diversity, difference and inclusivity in games and culture.  | Read more