A more diverse and inclusive campus will come from senior-level leadership with a strategic vision for the design, promotion and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion and cultural competency efforts across campus.
Juneteenth – also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day – is a holiday celebrating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. TU will be commemorating Juneteenth by hosting, collaborating on and supporting a variety of opportunities for support, community, healing, reflection, education and action for the TU community.
We would like to acknowledge that today marks the one year anniversary since the murder of George Floyd. His death was not an isolated event, but it sparked a movement for racial justice. Today we continue the work to end the systems of oppression that led to George Floyd’s death. The pursuit for equity, inclusion and justice continues. #BlackLivesMatter
OIIE will continue to host, collaborate on and support a variety of opportunities for support, community, healing, reflection, education and action for the TU community. For additional resources and upcoming events, please continue to reference our Anti-Racism Resources page.
This video resource aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of seeking accurate information on COVID-19 and how responses to the pandemic are often linked to racial and ethnic stereotypes.
Annual event recognizes employees with awards, for milestone years
‘Women in STEM Wednesdays’ aims to reach wider university community
COFAC Innovator-in-Residence Shodekeh Talifero partners with Cook Library, becomes first Maryland hip-hop artist with special collections archive