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Committee for Inclusivity- Events




Past Events

  August 2017

Letter written to the Briggs community expressing a message of unity and support after the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

 
 November 2016

A study break with food provided, and posters and markers available for students to decorate with expressions of diversity and inclusion.


Letter written to the Briggs community expressing a message of unity and support after the contentious election season.

 
 September 2016

Bystander training workshop for faculty, staff, and advisors. This workshop was held during the first faculty meeting of the fall semester and featured presenters Jessica Garcia from the OIII and department of sociology and Deborah Johnson from the OIII and department of Human development and family studies

 
MLK PhotoJanuary 2016

MLK day celebrations. Faculty, students, and staff met for a special event to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by carrying on his work of activism, teaching, learning, and community building.

 
 December 2015

Letter written to the Briggs community expressing a message of welcome and solidarity with all students despite recent political rhetoric that some might see as hostile.

 
 August 2015

Implicit bias workshop for faculty, staff, and advisors. This three hour workshop featured presentations by Arthur Ward from Lyman Briggs, Dorinda Carter Andrews from the school of education, Lynn Lammers from the office of inclusion and intercultural initiatives, and Nicole Buchanan from the department of psychology.

 
 January 2015

MLK day celebrations. This event held on MLK day featured student, staff, and faculty presenters on topics ranging from the role of the LBC Black caucus, the context of civil disobedience post-Ferguson, and Policing and implicit bias.