Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Equitable?
Various factors have contributed to a gap in COVID-19 vaccine distribution worldwide.
We Are Here to Help If You Need Us
We'd like to remind our readers how any member of the campus community can get help for different types of incidents.
Building Bridges For Future Faculty through Virtual Engagement
This year, the BFF program will offer a virtual experience with increased engagements, elevated networking experiences and the same flair for mentorship and meaningful interactions.
Climate Change Disproportionately Impacts Some Communities
On April 22, the world will recognize and celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day. This day calls attention to environmental concerns and also issues of environmental justice.
Black Health Lab Works to Reduce Racial Health Disparities
We recently interviewed Vanessa Volpe, assistant professor in the Applied Social and Community Psychology program and director of the Black Health Lab.
Addressing Anti-Asian Violence
Over the past year, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have reported nearly 3,800 hate incidents, according to the organization Stop AAPI Hate.
Join Us for the Virtual Gender and Equity Research Symposium
The Women’s Center will host its Gender and Equity Research Symposium virtually this year on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
Undergraduate Produces VR Exhibit for International Women’s Day
Student Dani Dalton recently collaborated from Costa Rica on an interactive VR exhibit centering feminism.
Ever Been on a Virtual Accessibility Excursion?
Join us this April as we host the 2021 (Virtual) Accessibility Excursion to raise awareness about campus accessibility.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: How Can We Help Those at Risk?
Assault causes about 10% of traumatic brain injuries, which are common among sexual assault survivors.