Join Graduate Students of Color in a Community Hour taking place at ODI Commons on April 6th, 2023 from 3:30-5:30 pm! Come be in community with fellow graduate students of color following the Graduate Student Counternarratives Panel. Refreshments will be provided! Registration is required so please use this link to RSVP. See you there!
In this session UConn Graduate Students will share counternarratives on their individual and collective lived experiences both in and outside of the classroom related to the impact of race in higher education, and specifically graduate education. According to Lee Anne Bell (2003), counternarratives can help us learn about race and racism by helping us become […]
Dear Huskies, The coming month is one of significance for many members of our community in their faith practices, including the observances of Ramadan, Eid al-Fitr, and Passover. As these holidays approach, we are sharing resources and reminders to promote awareness of these observances and their potential effects on your activities. We believe that meaningful […]
STORRS, Conn. – Propelled by the success of food pantries at each of the regional campuses, Husky Harvest at UConn’s main campus in Storrs will open Monday for thousands of students without a meal plan and without a full cupboard. While the pantry will be available to anyone with a UConn ID, it is geared […]
Dear Colleagues, The coming month is one of significance for many members of our community in their religious practices, including the observances of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr, Passover, and Easter. As these holidays approach, we are sharing resources and reminders with the community to promote awareness of these observances and their potential effects on the […]
Joint Statement on the Work and Legacy of the Late Judy Heumann from the Leaders of the American Education Research Association, the AERA Special and Inclusive Education Research SIG, and the AERA Disability Studies in Education SIG March 17, 2023 Judith “Judy” Heumann, widely regarded as “the mother” of the disability rights movement, passed away […]
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion and the Provost’s Office would like to remind you of several celebrations, commemorations, and moments of raising awareness for members of our community during the month of March: Heritage Month Celebrations: Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month (March): The United States has observed Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month every March since 1987. […]