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Photo courtesy of Kendall Vining By Nithya Shenoy 08/24/21 22:54 Prior to coming to Rice, Kendall Vining, senior at Martel College, was part of the student government in his freshman year of high school. Vining said she didn’t like her role there because the students couldn’t do anything. At Rice, however, she found that was …

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug 23, 2021) – The Office of Student Success at the University of Kentucky is committed to supporting students in a variety of ways, including making sure they provide services in the best possible way. As part of this office, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Kentucky Counseling Center (UKCC) moved all …

ONTARIO – Students arrived with duffel bags, boxes and plenty of clothes, and with help from their parents, unpacked their bags as move-in day began last weekend at Ohio State University. Courtney Rapp, 18, of Youngstown, a freshman studying biochemistry this fall, even brought a plant as she moved into the Buckeye Village apartments on …

The CEO of the Matterhorn, MJ Cartwright. Matterhorn This article is one of a series on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the Washtenaw County tech sector. Support for this series is provided by Ann Arbor SPARK. “Justice for all” is a fundamental American concept that does not correspond to reality for many citizens, but …

LOS ANGELES – Conservation organizations urged Los Angeles City Council today to approve and implement the city’s first wildlife connectivity ordinance to protect endangered animals and crucial open spaces and reduce forest fire risks. In today’s letter, the Center for Biological Diversity, Sierra Club, and other conservation and community groups applauded city council and the …

The New York Times reported that about 1,900 track teams in the United States, many at higher education institutions, still bear derogatory or racist Native American names. At a time when these institutions and their sports teams are being asked to reconsider their Indigenous mascot – or better yet, have decided to take it down …

Conversations about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DCI) are taking place across all sectors. Small organizations want to create and implement DCI initiatives to stay competitive, especially when it comes to hiring. Many candidates now ask questions during culture and diversity interviews. You must have an answer for them. If you have not yet launched a …

As a workforce culture consultant and diversity, equity and inclusion (DCI) expert, I have helped many companies that are struggling to recruit and retain minority employees. I’m always excited to help with this as I can understand the challenge from both an employer and employee perspective. In recent years, I have heard a number of …

TOKYO (AP) – Coming to the Olympics, Alice Dearing made a huge impact in the debate on how to make swimming a more diverse sport. She had hoped to continue her efforts with a strong performance in Tokyo Bay, but it was not. The first black swimmer to make the British team battled for a …

The SANS Cyber ​​Workforce Academy helps expand the pool of talent available to help defend against cyber threats. Tweet this “Dragos is excited about the expansion of the SANS Cyber ​​Workforce Academy – Maryland program, and we welcome the state’s continued investment and support. Because we operate in OT cybersecurity, an emerging sector of cybersecurity, …