Power of Diversity Lectures Have Been Postponed
Upcoming Power of Diversity lectures and the annual Diversity Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity, have been postponed as part of campus efforts to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Power of Diversity Lecture:
“Colors of My Heart: Embracing My Blackness Through History, Legacy, Family, Fear and Faith,"
by Margaret D. Larkins-Pettigrew, MD, Feb. 13, 2020.
Diversity and Inclusion Calendar
March is a time to commemorate and encourage the study, observance and celebration of the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society.
The Office for Inclusion, Diversity, & Equal Opportunity promotes diversity and strives to foster an inclusive community through a number of programs and initiatives. The calendar will bring together in one location the array of campus diversity and inclusion activities, upcoming events, holidays and observances.
A campus-wide diversity education program to assist the campus community in advancing its efforts to becoming a more welcoming and inclusive environment for learning, leading and innovation. Due to recent meeting restrictions announced by the university and health advice from local experts, the April 1 and April 8 Diversity 360 sessions are canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by these cancellations. We will resume sponsoring Diversity 360 sessions as soon as we are able to. Please check this website in the coming weeks for updates.
2019 Annual Report
The report highlights university diversity and inclusion achievements and spotlights diversity initiatives and programs operating within offices and departments across campus. In addition, this year’s report highlights students’ contributions to campus diversity and inclusion efforts and significant successes in industry support for CWRU diversity and inclusion scholarships and programs.
Hard copies of the annual report are available in the OIDEO in Adelbert Hall, Suite 109.
CWRU partners with “The HistoryMakers”
Case Western Reserve University has launched a partnership with “The HistoryMakers,” providing its students, faculty and staff with access to thousands of African-American oral history videos, including information highlighting the university and its alumni.
Robert Solomon - New Vice President for OIDEO
Robert L. Solomon, Esq., a longtime Ohio State University diversity leader, began his tenure as vice president of CWRU's Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity on February 3.