Programs & Grants


Access videos, audio and presentations from our previous events.

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.

Register to attend "Beyond Women's Leadership."


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.

Register to attend "Women on the Money."




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.