November is American Diabetes Month

Diversity and Inclusion Calendar​

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.

Diversity 360 Lunch and Learn

Diversity 360 Lunch & Learn

November 8 12:30pm- 2-pm:  "Deporting Diversity: How Deportation Affects the Latinx Community of the United States." John Flores, PhD. Associate Professor, Immigration and Labor Historian, Dept of History & Co-director, CWRU Social Justice Institute.

Dr. Flores will discuss the history of deportation in the United States and the impact deportation policies have had on Latinx families and communities

Lunch will be served.

This event is part of the 2019 Diversity 360 Lunch & Learn Series Office for Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity.

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Power of Diversity 2019 Series Faculty Lectures

“Challenges for Women Moving Up the Academic Career Ladder.”
Susan Freimark, MA, LPC Susan Freimark, MA, LPC, Senior Associate Director, Women Faculty Leadership Development Institute, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 3 P. M., Senior Classroom, Tinkham Veale University Center.

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Diversity 360

Diversity 360 provides ongoing programming to assist members of the campus community with the goal of creating a welcoming campus climate at CWRU.

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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.