Month: October 2022

Werth Talk: “Unleash the Present Voice of Future Female Founders” (10/28)

The Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation invites you to “How to Unleash the Present Voice of Future Female Founders – and Why It Matters,” a talk by Dory Grandia, Associate Director of the Erasmus University Center for Women and Organizations in the Netherlands. The world needs more female-led initiatives. And leading change isn’t easy […]

Art Sale to Benefit Diversity in Nursing (10/21-10/23)

The Future Nurses of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (FNDEI) Student Organization is collaborating with local artists during Family Weekend, October 21st through the 23rd, to host a fundraiser. This is in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of PRLACC and the Women’s Center. The funds raised from the sale of artwork will go toward supporting nursing […]

NADOHE Webinar: Race in Admissions (10/20, 11/21)

Registration is still open for both parts of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) webinar series: Challenges to Race in Higher Education Admissions: Understanding the Issues before the SCOTUS and Institutional Readiness. The series will address key issues associated with the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming consideration of the SFFA v. Harvard […]

Rainbow Center “Out to Lunch” series: Sex Without Sin (10/20)

The Rainbow Center invites you to attend the Out To Lunch Gender, Sexuality, and Community Lectures Series (OTL Lecture Series). The OTL Lecture Series is an academic lecture and discussion series with guest scholars and community activists from various disciplines examining a variety of topics related to gender identity, gender expression and sexuality. Join us […]

Exploring Goals & Options for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing HS Students (10/20)

This half-day program is designated for Deaf / Hard of Hearing high school students to explore their future goals and options. VISIT OUR UCONN CAMPUS: Take a tour of the Student Center, dorm rooms, book store, library, gym classrooms and more! Meet students who will tell their stories about their experiences and answer any questions. […]

Asian Americanist Perspectives in Student Mental Health (10/20)

Several years of pandemic education has revealed and intensified mental health issues for all students. Despite greater attention to student needs, the conventional wisdom around mental health has reinforced practices of toxic positivity as well as harmful racial stereotypes connected to academic performance, emotional regulation, and coping with stress. Asian American studies scholars and practitioners […]

“We Are Not Ok”Book Talk and Wellness Workshop (10/19)

The African American Cultural Center (AACC), UConn Library, and UConn Hartford invite faculty and staff to an in-person book talk and wellness workshop. This event will focus on Antija M. Allen and Justin T. Stewart’s We’re Not OK: Black Faculty Experiences and Higher Education Strategies. This in-person event will be held on Wednesday, October 19, […]