More Than Meets The Eye: A CSU Chico Diversity BlogMore Than Meets The Eye: A CSU Chico Diversity Blog is written by Tracy Butts, Chief Diversity Officer.
Unit Diversity Plans DueThe Big DayApril 16, 2012The big day is here.
- Queer Week, October 8-12, 2012
- Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) Annual Conference
- October Diversity Events
- Fall 2012 Conversations on Diversity
- “Chico at its very best”: Reflections on the 2010 Diversity Summit
- An Opportunity Not to Be Missed: Women, Leadership, and Success Panel
- Diversity Academy 2011 Reflections
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Here’s a wonderful way to close out Women’s History Month.
With the Cesar Chavez holiday this Friday, March 30, 2012, I thought this a good time to post a link to Tim Wise’s “Majoring in Minstrelsy: White Students, Blackface, and the Failure of Mainstream Multiculturalism.” Wise addresses the issue of students dressing … Continue reading
By Jamile Balli, Admissions Counselor Have you ever heard the saying that some can’t see the forest for the trees? Colleges and universities can be guilty of that sometimes too. Before coming to Chico State I worked at UC Merced. … Continue reading
By Nikki Allair, Women’s Program Coordinator, AS Gender and Sexuality Equity Center Rape culture has permeated through our most blatant forms of communication these days. It is right before our very eyes and we do not even see it unless … Continue reading
In “Free to Love: Celebrating Women’s History Month,” Lori Beth Way ends by challenging readers “to learn about the radicals, the outsiders, the ones who didn’t fit into the mold of the white rich woman activist,” asking them, “who would … Continue reading
By Adrienne Scott, Curator, Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology The devastating consequences of European conquest and contact with the indigenous peoples of the Americas have yet to be fully told and recognized. Many Native American voices and faces over … Continue reading
By Lori Beth Way, Professor, Criminal Justice The 2008 Presidential election drew a lot of attention to the topic of women and the presidency. Hillary Clinton ran in the Democratic Primary for President and Sarah Palin ran for Vice President … Continue reading