See what’s happening at the Multicultural Center.
Read the Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity and Diversity Office AAEOD mailing list.
“Community Voices” was a 2012-2013 joint project between the LGBTQ Center and ITS, supported through the URI Provost’s initiative “Innovative Approaches Using Technology to Enhance the Student Experience at URI.” Here is a link to a video created by LGBTQ students for the LGBTQ Center.
|URI LGBTQ Center Get Involved|
Information Technology Services is involved in several on-going Diversity Initiatives. Instructional Technology and Media Services staff have been creating a variety of short videos to help increase recognition of the many ways we are enriched by our own community. Links will be posted soon. There have also been several diversity-themed student shows hosted in the Chafee TV Studio.
Three Information Technology Services (ITS) employees have received training as Disability Mentors under the 1999 Changing the Culture grant. Feel free to contact them for advice about how to better meet the needs of students with disabilities:
|Lisa||Chen||University Computing Systemsemail@example.com|
|Mary Jane||Palm||Media and Technology Servicesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|David||Porter||Media and Technology Servicesemail@example.com|
Janie Palm received training as an LGBTQ Ally during the 2013 Diversity Week. The purpose of the Safe Zone Project is to:
- Increase awareness, knowledge, and support of LGBTQ people and issues;
- Build a visible support network of LGBTQ Allies on URI’s campus; and
- Improve the campus climate for LGBTQ people at URI.
The first live broadcast of the LGBTQ Center‘s “Queer News Network” show from the Chafee TV Studio.
|URI LGBTQ Queer News Network Show Nov. 22, 2013|