Month: October 2021

Building a Safe and Supportive DEIJ Community at UConn

Please join the Office for Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) for a two-part virtual information session about ongoing efforts to build a safer and more supportive community across UConn in response to the national and local increases of sexual assault and anti-Asian, anti-Black, anti-LGBTQIA+, and anti-Semitic bias, discrimination, and intimidation. Representatives from units across UConn will share information […]

UCPEA Statement on Anti-Asian Violence

The UCPEA Executive Board asks our members to stand in solidarity with our colleagues in the Asian American Cultural Center, UConn’s Association for Asian American Faculty and Staff (AAAFS), and the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute (AAASI) in supporting the Asian and Asian-American members of our community, following news reports of increased anti-Asian violence […]

Clothesline Project

The Women’s Center invites you to the Clothesline Project, an annual display of t-shirts made by survivors and secondary survivors of gender-based violence, as part of Domestic Violence Awareness month. Topic: Gender-Based Violence Date: October 18-19, 2021 Time: 2:00 – 6:00 PM Format: In-Person; Women’s Center Room, SU Building

Land Grab Connecticut

The Native American Cultural Programs (NACP) will host a series of dialogues with the creators of Land Grab U, Tristan Ahtone and Bobby Lee. Topic:  The role of land grant universities in land accumulation, wealth and indigenous dispossession. Date: October 14; October 15, 2021 Time: 4:00 PM on 10/14; 12 PM on 10/15 Format: Virtual […]

Silent Witness 2021

The Women’s Center is hosting a Silent Witness exhibit to honor the lives lost to domestic violence. Viewer discretion is advised – the content displayed in the exhibit may be triggering for some. Date: October 8; October 15; October 22; October 29, 2021 Time: 12:00 – 3:00 PM Format: In-Person, Women’s Center Multi-Purpose Room in […]

InCHIP Lecture Series: LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health

The Rainbow Center welcomes Jessica Fish, PhD, for her talk Future Direction in Understanding and Addressing Mental Health Among LGBTQ Youth, as part of the InCHIP Lecture series forum for researchers. Today’s LGBTQ youth come of age at a time of dynamic social and political change concerning LGBTQ rights and visibility yet remain vulnerable to […]