Displaying items by tag: office of diversity equity and inclusion

For two decades, UAB’s SafeZone has been training and educating faculty, staff and students on LGBTQ+ identity and social justice.
Academy Award-winner Davis will speak on her work to bring gender parity to entertainment, and sign copies of her new book, “Dying of Politeness,” at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
The 2022 spring symposium will be held April 14 and will include speakers Jessie DeAro, Ph.D., and Devon W. Carbado, J.D.
Suits for Success provides work-appropriate attire to women through My Sister’s Closet. This year’s drive is March 24-25 on the UAB campus.
UAB’s Paulette Patterson Dilworth, Ph.D., will host a virtual conversation with LaGarrett King, Ph.D., discussing Black history on Wednesday, Feb 23.
Join UAB’s Kecia Thomas, Ph.D., for a conversation centered on women and marginalized individuals in academia and STEM-related fields.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is hosting the sixth annual Community Month.
UAB’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is accepting submissions for the fifth annual “Word from the Mountaintop” MLK Oratory Contest.
Washington, author of “Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present,” will speak about how legacies of violence and exploitation impact the medical system today.

Join UAB’s Dr. Mona Fouad to hear a discussion on implicit and explicit bias in the field of science and medicine. 

Samiksha Raut, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at UAB, is beginning a two-year fellowship where she will undergo leadership training with the intent of positively impacting underrepresented leaders in the field of STEM.
The annual HEED Award is a national honor recognizing United States colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
UAB’s diverse workforce is recognized by Forbes as one of the best in the nation, chosen based on an independent survey of more than 50,000 employees working for companies employing at least 1,000 people.
UAB’s Critical Conversations series will host a discussion led by women of color on how to close the gender equity gap in areas like academia and business.
Established in 2006, the awards recognize employees, students and organizations that have helped create a more culturally diverse, inclusive university community through their achievements.
UAB — Alabama’s largest public employer and home of the state’s flagship academic medical center — has been named America’s No. 1 Best Large Employer by Forbes.
Throughout January and February, Community Month activities are planned to engage students, faculty, staff and the wider community in diversity programs.
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