Diversity 360 Series for Graduate Students: “What it Means to be Undocumented”

Graduate students can further explore topics introduced through the Diversity 360 program through facilitated sessions, panels or guest speakers as part of the Diversity 360 Series for Graduate Students. In October, students will explore the topic “What it Means to be Undocumented” Tuesday, Oct. 8, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Crawford Hall, Room 011.

Other topics covered in the series will be:

  • A local evening of service;
  • Women’s health access;
  • Multiracial/multiethnic identities;
  • Ecological awareness; and
  • Gender diversity.

The cohort will meet one Tuesday per month through April from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Participants who attend all sessions will be eligible for a certificate of completion. Dinner will be provided.

The Diversity 360 Series for Graduate Students is sponsored by

The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Graduate Studies Professional Development Center, Office of Student Activities & Leadership, and The National Science Foundation’s Northern Ohio Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate program sponsor the series.

RSVP for the October session.