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DEI Speaker: Jose Gonzalez

Jose Gonzalez, SNRE Alum and Founder of Latino Outdoors, presents the relationship between stereotypes around diversity in outdoor spaces. #60+mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #Lecture #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability ​​​​ #Society #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion ​​

 01-22-2020 | 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM ET


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DialogueUP! Episode 2: Featuring Sabrina Claude, Ed.D. on Changing the Trajectory of a School

U-M Intergroup Relations Alumna Sabrina Claude discusses her role in diversifying private school education in the Midwest, specifically at St. Margaret Mary Catholic School. November 1, 2018. #15-30min #universityofmichigan-other #podcast #TheProgramofIntergroupRelations #Society #Career #Education #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion ​​​​​​​​


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Upcoming Project to Research Link between Tobacco Use and Discrimination

PhD student in Epidemiology Delvon Mattingly discusses the social determinants of tobacco use and its relationship with marginalized populations. October 30, 2019. # #PublicHealth #web-article #SchoolofPublicHealth #Society #HealthandWellness #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #DelvonMattingly ​​​​​​​​


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New Research Shows a Glaring Lack of Transparency in Environmental Organizations

School for Environment and Sustainability professor Dorceta E. Taylor expresses concern about the lack of disclosure about diversity data from environmental organizations, and conducts a study to discover the extent of the lack of transparency. October 8, 2019. #<5mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Society #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #DorcetaETaylor ​​​​​​​ #Featured #FeaturedEnvironment ​​


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The Court of Public Opinion: Social Media's Influence on Today's Legal System

Michigan School of Information is hosting a panel to discuss how technology and social media shapes the public's perception and influences the outcomes of court cases, as part of the U-M DEI Summit. # #Information #Lecture #SchoolofInformation #GovernmentandPolitics #Technology #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion ​​​​​​​

 10-24-2019 | 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM ET


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Michael Bastedo’s Research Cited in NYT Investigation Into What College Admissions Offices Really Want

School of Education Professor Michael Bastedo discusses research suggesting that although many universities claim to strive for diversity in admissions, money and school ranking remain a priority when admitting new students. September 12, 2019. # #Education #web-article #SchoolofEducation #Society #Business #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #MichaelBastedo ​​​​​​​​


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Walking With Our Ancestors: Cape Coast Castle

STAMPS is hosting the award-winning and nationally-recognized performance art piece The Walking with My Ancestors: Cape Coast Castle as part of the U-M DEI 2019 Summit. # #Music,TheatreandDance #Performance #Schoolofmusic,theatre,anddance #ArtsandCulture #Society #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion ​​​​​​​​

 10-03-2019 | 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM ET


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Positive Links Speaker Series: Patricia Hewlin

Michigan Ross is hosting Positive Links Speaker Patricia Faison Hewlin, who will discuss how bringing your whole self to work and being authentic improves work life, engagement, and personal well-being. # #Business #Lecture #MichiganRoss #Career #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion ​​​​​​

 12-12-2019 | 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM ET


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A City of Resilience: Public Health in Detroit

School of Public Health Professors Paul Fleming and Roshanak Mehdipanah and community colleagues speak on the unique challenges and resilience displayed by the city of Detroit and its people in this podcast episode. August 27, 2019. #15-30-mins #PublicHealth #podcast #SchoolofPublicHealth #HealthandWellness #Society #Detroit #Poverty #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #HealthBehaviorandHealthEducation #PaulFleming #RoshanakMehdipanah ​​​​​​​​​​​​


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Police: Sixth-leading Cause of Death for Young Black Men

U-M Institute for Social Research Michael Esposito and colleagues find that African American men are 2.5 times more likely to die from police force than white men. American Indian/Alaska Native men and women are also at increased risk for police violence. August 5, 2019. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #Government/Politics #Society #RaceandEthnicity #Diversity,Equity,andInclusion #Safety #GunControl #MichaelEsposito ​​​​​​​​​​​