The Office of Inclusive Excellence is pleased to offer the 6th Diversity Learning Series, a collection of workshops on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The workshops are open to all faculty and staff. The purpose of the series is to offer content knowledge, practical skills, and build a more inclusive campus community that fosters belonging, intersectional identities, and life-long appreciation for learning. The series is aligned with one of President Ochoa’s goals—“Creating a more inclusive and respectful community."
Certificate of Completion: The issues of diversity, equity and inclusion are becoming increasingly broad and complex. To acknowledge those faculty and staff who have acquired a foundational base of content knowledge and skills, we are offering a Certificate of Completion to those who complete the core courses as well as 4 electives within 2018-2019 academic year.
Campus Partners: The Office of Inclusive Excellence and various campus offices partner to make this series possible. These partners include College Support Programs, the Otter Cross Cultural Center, Student Housing and Residential Life, and Title IX/DHR . Additionally, some campus staff and faculty are providing their expertise as presenters for workshops. Thank you to all who are contributing to this initiative.
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Time: 1-5pm / Location: TBA
The UndocuAlly training is comprised of students, staff, and faculty who work together to support and empower undocumented students. The goals for attendees are to gain better understanding of:
University Center / 9am-Noon / Registration will open in March 2019
The purpose of CSUMB Safe Zone is to help build an inclusive and equitable campus community where all members of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions are welcomed, valued, and affirmed. Through an educational training experience and on-going learning opportunities, this program encourages participants to identify themselves as visible supporters of LGBTQQIAAPF (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Ally, Pansexual, Fluid) community at CSUMB.
This program will strengthen faculty, and staff in bringing to life CSUMB's Vision of being a socially just community with a "substantive commitment to multilingual, multicultural, and gender-equitable learning."