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Upcoming Diversity Events

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CECH Common Read

The DEI Board would like to invite all board members to participate in a DEI Pilot Learning Community as part of phase one of the CECH Common Read initiative. At each meeting, we will discuss several chapters of the book When Getting Along Is Not Enough by Dr. Maureen Walker with reflection questions from the book and outside resources. Meetings will last about an hour.

Please email McKinley Estime if you are interested in being a part of a Learning Community. Please let us know if you need any help getting a book if you have not already done so. We look forward to being a part of this exciting project!

Anti-Racism Community Space 

The Anti-Racism Community Space is a safe space devoted to building an inclusive community within CECH dedicated to anti-racism. Each month we’ll learn, engage, and listen to one another alongside experts in the community. This ongoing event is open to all members of the CECH community – students, staff, faculty, and alumni. Please check your email for the monthly invite.

Co-presented by the CECH Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Board and the CECH Library.

In Case You Missed It

  • Our own Dr. Chris Atchison leads global effort to make geosciences more accessible- read the UC news article to learn more!
  • A Cleveland man was freed from prison with help from the Ohio Innocence Project at UC's College of Law. The case marked the 26th defendant whose wrongful conviction was overturned with the help of UC. Read the full article to learn more!

CECH Diversity Research Day 2022

Please enjoy some pictures from the previous Diversity Research Day. We are in the process of planning the 2022 Diversity Research Day, so lookout for updates!

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a female student in front of her research on Diversity research day

Stephanie Merrilees in front of her research project based on treatment for clients diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Diversity in the News

To lean more about the accomplishments and excitment from our diverse students and populations, visit our News page to read upon our related stories.