Beyond Women's Leadership: Liberian Lessons on Crisis, Peace, and Feminist Organizing
3 p.m. Monday, March 8, 2021
This will be a virtual lecture by Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee.
Women on the Money: Women's History, the Harriet Tubman $20, and Economic Justice
3 p.m. Monday, March 29, 2021
This virtual panel discussion will feature Harriet Tubman biographer Kate Clifford Larson, Harriet Tubman Home director Karen V. Hill, Women on the 20 co-founder Barbara Howard, and Black feminist historian Karsonye Wise Whitehead.
The Diversity Transformation Fund supports activities and initiatives that model and indicate inclusiveness as a major goal, and impact the campus community by stimulating creativity, promoting the exchange of ideas, and enriching campus life. Applicants can be granted up to $4,000 in state funding.
Successful proposals should involve collaboration within or across departments, units, student organizations, and/or schools, and focus on programs and/or initiatives that foster a culture of Inclusive Excellence.
Although funding is a one-time allocation, previous recipients are eligible to apply if they can demonstrate the ways in which their new proposal builds upon and advances the work previously funded by a Diversity Transformation Award. Past programs have included film screenings, art exhibits, critical conversations, new courses, symposia, and special training.
A completed funding request form is required.