Please take two minutes to watch this Prezi presentation about the Office for Diversity and Inclusion. Be sure to hit HD in the upper right hand corner. As noted at the end of the video, Penn State Hershey is a place to make connections, with our patients and each other.
Proposals to require students to take a course related to diversity have been controversial on many campuses. But the University of California at Los Angeles has had one of the longest debates on the topic, with multiple votes (going in different directions), dating to 2004. click here to read more https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2015/04/13/ucla-faculty-approves-diversity-requirement What do you think??
Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie that they say insults their culture.
Native American/American Indian Faculty, Staff, and Students are invited to come together for a meet and greet at 6pm on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 in room 107 Rackley building. John Sanchez, a member of the Nde Apache Nation, and College of Communications faculty member said the purpose of this meeting is just to find other American Indians who are also a part of the Penn State University family and to come together. Native American/ American Indians make up less than 1% of all people at Penn State University and Sanchez believes that this meet and greet is the first time in his almost 20 years at Penn State that one has been scheduled. Light refreshments will be served and the meeting will end at 8pm. John Sanchez can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Children with disabilities often can’t participate in team sports. A new documentary called “Swim Team” chronicles the Jersey Hammerheads, a swim team for kids with autism.