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Research at the intersections

Research at the Intersections: Disability, Race, Indigeneity, Ethnicity

What does it mean to do genuinely intersectional research on disability, race, Indigeneity and ethnicity? Please join us on Wednesday, Oct. 4, online as five scholars explain their current projects and discuss their intersectional topics and methods.

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Day of Disability & Neurodiversity

On the Day of Disability and Neurodiversity (December 1), we promote inclusivity on campus for all—and acknowledge there is no one way of thinking, learning, understanding, or behaving that works for everyone.

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Apply for the Transform Dolores Huerta Scholarship

Are you participating in community-engaged, social justice work via an internship or a project of your own design? Apply by November 18!

Be our student convocation speaker!

Want to be the School for Cultural and Social Transformation Convocation Student Speaker? Fill out this form by March 15!

Join our Convocation & Virtual Yearbook

Join us at Convocation, Friday, May 6, 12pm in the Union Ballroom! RSVP and fill out this form to appear in our virtual yearbook!

Summer 2021 Graduation

Although, the deadline for Spring 2021 graduation has passed, you can still apply for Summer 2021!

50 Years of Ethnic Studies

Come celebrate the legacy of Ethnic Studies with local community leaders of the past, present, and future.

Distinguished Lecture 2/11

Come hear from Tendayi Achiume, whose work focuses on global governance of racism and xenophobia and implications of colonialism for migration.

2018-19 Lectureship in Medical Humanities

Dr. Campo's work with people diagnosed with HIV has inspired numerous award-winning publications on the illness experience.

Transformative Perspectives

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