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Chief Diversity Officer
Associated Students Diversity Strong
AS Diversity Commissioner Grace Diaz helping students towards inclusive understanding.
SDSU Receives HEED Award
Nationally Recognition for Higher Education Excellence in Diversity(HEED)two years in a row
Top 50 LGBT Friendly Campus
Campus Pride recognizes SDSU with a 5 of 5 star status and top 50 ranking
Closing the Achievement Gap
Learn 10 ways SDSU is working to make sure students from all backgrounds succeed.
Building a Diverse Pipeline to STEM Careers
Members of the SDSU Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers
Creating Access to Independence
SDSU Alumnus Lewis Frick building careers and access for the disabled community
Elymash Yuuchaap "Youth Think"
Indigenous Scholars & Leaders Program
SDSU Annual Diversity Awards
April 29, 2015
Safe Zones Workshops
Civil Rights and the African
SDSU Library Collection Exhibits San Diego History
Welcome Week Community Mixers
Meet new and returning SDSU diverse community
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SDSU Poetry Professor Wins National Prize
Marilyn Chin joins Toni Morrison, Maxine Hong Kingston as a recipient of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award.Marilyn Chin has received the 2015 Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for “Hard Love Province,” her fourth volume of poems.A professor in San Diego State University’s master of fine arts
Diversity on the Mesa
The community is invited to celebrate diversity at SDSU.“Atkins is a humble and tireless advocate for the success of students from underrepresented groups. Her career-long vision for and commitment to supporting these students to achieve at the highest level is exceptional. I cannot think of
Jewish Music and Latino Rhythms
The concert begins at 7 p.m., April 22 in Smith Recital Hall.When not booked in ballrooms or theatres, many Jewish and Latin musicians in the late 1950's sustained themselves on the Bar Mitzvah and wedding circuit. To celebrate the rhythms of this golden era, Yale Strom and members of his band Hot
Off the Beaten Course: HTM 371
This course explores the legal, cultural and regulatory framework of the global gaming industry.Off the Beaten Course is a series that delves into SDSU's course catalog to share unique and non-traditional classes. Course title: Hospitality and Tourism Management 371: Tribal Gaming: Casino
Will Eisner Week Lecture Highlights Afrofuturism
Ajani Brown will give a lecture on science fiction and fantasy in film, literature, comics and music, as viewed through a black cultural lens.A lecture on “Afrofuturism in Comics and Science Fiction” by Ajani Brown, a member of San Diego State University's Africana Studies Department,
Diversity in Global Education Network
SDSU partners with Diversity Network to increase diversity in study abroad.
Library and Information Access
Explore Diversity Resources Online
The Vet-Net Ally training educates faculty and staff about teaching and supporting veterans.
Safe Zone Workshops
Students, faculty and staff commit to making our campus safer. Become an ally today.
Understanding Prop 209
This brochure explains what Prop 209 prohibits, what it permits, and how to establish programs to increase the diversity of the CSU faculty that comply with federal and state law.
SDSU Diversity Awards
Celebrating Excellence in Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice
Join the movement. Commit to positive change.
Online Diversity Communities
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