Post Tagged with: "Diversity & Inclusion"

In 1946, the War Department made an offer of land below the proposed Garrison Dam in return for the land that the dam and its new lake would consume. But most of the "lieu land" was nowhere near as fertile or valuable as the land that would be taken, the Tribal Council and MHA Nation argued, using the map and other documents as evidence. Web screenshot of map from the William Langer Papers at UND.

Grant will support digitization of tribal histories, languages and teachings in North Dakota

October 12, 2021 at

In partnership with NHS College, UND will digitize key historic documents, create curriculum for K-12 study

Prevention peers Jacey Spaeth (left) and Adelyn Emter hang T-shirts for the North Dakota Clothesline Project on Monday in the UND Memorial Union’s Ballroom 214. The exhibit continues from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Friday. A Take Back the Night Rally will coincide with the Clothesline Project at 7 p.m. Thursday in Ballroom 220. A public social hour will precede that event at 6 p.m. in Ballroom 214. Photo by Janelle Vonasek/UND Today.

Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night events aim to end domestic, sexual violence

October 12, 2021 at

Victims tell stories of heartbreak, hope and healing

Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Competence + warmth

October 7, 2021 at

Those traits add up to effective leadership, Malika Achingale Barbie Odera has discovered at UND

Getting to the root of diversity, equity and inclusion

Getting to the root of diversity, equity and inclusion

October 5, 2021 at

UND has what it takes to make DEI more than a policy, says Karen Crawford Simms, keynote speaker at TTaDA Fall Innovative Learning Symposium

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

For ‘commitment to Indigenous, underserved and disadvantaged communities’

October 5, 2021 at

UND’s Dr. Don Warne given Helen Rodríguez-Trías Award for Social Justice from American Public Health Association

Web screenshot.

New ‘one-stop shop’ for safety, maintenance, Equal Opportunity and other concerns

September 28, 2021 at

The SafeUND webpage helps users understand and navigate the process of reporting a non-emergency concern

President Armacost addresses national conference on campus sexual assault & harassment

President Armacost addresses national conference on campus sexual assault & harassment

September 7, 2021 at

UND’s ‘highly effective’ programs can serve as model, says Armacost, alongside other speakers including U.S. Secretary of Defense

The ‘imposters’ among us

The ‘imposters’ among us

September 2, 2021 at

UND’s Counseling Center hosts presentation for graduate students on how to face their inner-imposters

UND President Andy Armacost speaks during Pride Week. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND Today.

Pride Week highlights UND’s commitment to LGBTQ+ community

August 31, 2021 at

Annual event is about celebrating diversity and building community

Chandon Pierre is a rising junior at UND who's taking part in the University's Accelerated Bachelor's/J.D. Program. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

A duty to represent the underrepresented

June 29, 2021 at

On a fast track to earn both a B.S. and a J.D. degree, Chandon Pierre vows to help people ‘through the work of law’

UND archival image.

Inclusion ambassadors will champion diversity across campus

June 22, 2021 at

UND launches Inclusion Ambassador program in support of diversity, inclusion and equity

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

June 22, 2021 at

Jeff Maliskey’s dissertation will explore that history, from Thom Higgins in the 1960s to the 10 Percent Society in the 1980s and beyond

The importance of Juneteenth

The importance of Juneteenth

June 22, 2021 at

In his biweekly message to campus, President Armacost calls attention to Juneteenth

June is Pride Month

June is Pride Month

June 1, 2021 at

Raising awareness and highlighting achievements for LGBTQIA community are focal points

Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Art project turns spotlight on Red Light districts

May 13, 2021 at

Acacia Geske’s unforgettable ceramics stem in part from a childhood near-miss with human trafficking