News

April 7
The award-winning film depicts the life of black girls growing up in white communities
April 7
Writing in Inside Higher Ed, the UO vice president addresses issues faced by many women of color
March 21
The April 5 event will cover best practices on issues affecting students, faculty and staff
January 19
Over 200 people attended the luncheon at the Ford Alumni Ballroom Wednesday afternoon. The luncheon honored outstanding students and campus staff.
January 10
Statement in Support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program and our Undocumented Immigrant Students
November 7
In light of the events of last week and tensions on campus regarding race, inclusivity, and even the presidential election cycle, we are writing to share with you several resources that are available to ensure that we are providing welcoming and inclusive spaces for our students. 
June 27
Mia Tuan, dean of the University of Washington College of Education, issued the following statement on the June 12 Orlando shooting and homophobia in America.
June 23
The UO is taking steps toward a better future, including a fundraising initiative designed to help boost efforts to remove barriers to a college degree and create a more welcoming campus.
June 14
This year's theme was Ducks Creating Change, which featured entertaining and informative sessions about influencing social change as well as personal and professional growth presented by students, alumni, and faculty alike.
April 6
DEI will be moving to a more competitive system of allocating and distributing sponsorship support to members of the campus community that make such requests. We strongly encourage our campus partners to present proposals that are collaborative.

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