Diversity Action Plan Funded Projects


Showcase Oregon 2018 Poster Gallery
  • American English Institute: “English Language Courses for UO Employees with Minimal English”
  • Clark Honors College: “Expanding Undergraduate Research Opportunities”
  • College of Education: “COE Professional Learning Communities in Equity”
  • Comparative Literature: “Workshop on Teaching & Mentoring Underrepresented Students”
  • Office of the Dean of Students: “2019 First Generation Student Reception”
  • Division of Global Engagement: “Faculty Training to Support Diverse Student Communities while Abroad”
  • BEOREGON partnership with Allen Hall Advertising: marketing campaign to increase awareness of BEOREGON. The BEOREGON initiative is a call to action for inclusion and acceptance in sports.
  • Cinema Studies:  "Cinema Studies Undergraduate Filmmaker Scholarship" -- a need-based scholarship recognizing exceptional student work that advances diversity and inclusion in Cinema Studies.      
  • CMiS: Communities for Minorities in STEM and LGBT+ in STEM:  "Rehearsals for [Communication]: A Workshop Series" -- Three-workshop series aimed at training UO community members in best practices for respectful and effective interpersonal relationships.
  • College of Design:  “Justice and Equity Design Initiative (JEDI)”  -- support and highlight research by faculty of color and other faculty research that focuses on racial justice and equity issues within the design discipline.
  • College of Education: create a students of underrepresented cultures and ethnicities group – SOURCE, including providing a physical space for the group.
  • Department of Physical Education and Recreation: send UO Unified Basketball team to the NIRSA – National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association – Regional VI tournament. Unified sports joins students on college campuses with those with intellectual disabilities.
  • Graduate School: create an inclusion, diversity, and equity academy certificate program focusing on systems of oppression and the ways these systems are maintained by social structures.
  • Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art: “Hank Willis Thomas: Exploring Identity, Empowering Communities" -- artist visit. Thomas is a conceptual artist working primarily with themes related to perspective identity, commodity, media, and popular culture.
  • Oregon Bach Festival, School of Music and Dance and DanceAbility: “Bach in Motion,” interdisciplinary and transformational work connecting people with and without disabilities through dance and movement.
  • UO Libraries:  "Our Impact in Images: A Touring Pictorial Exhibit on the UO’s Diverse History and Community."