Making Diversity an Experience
CDI engages campus constituents by providing intercultural dialogues, university program partnerships, and highlighting organizations and services that promote diversity and inclusion.
CDI empowers students to celebrate and appreciate their cultural heritage and others by offering transformative diverse campus programming and by providing leadership experiences that maximize their potential. The Center is an avenue for developing students’ sense of belonging.
CDI educates the University of Houston campus by offering meaningful educational programs, lecture series, and workshops that advance diversity education and cultural competence. The Center also serves as a change agent in fostering an inclusive environment.
Thursday, April 6th, 2017
9:30am – 2:15pm
This year’s theme Intersectionality: A Framework for Socially Just Communities will discuss the overlap of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to groups and individuals.
All workshops are open to UH students, faculty, and staff. Participants must register online for each workshop. Limited seating available. For workshop descriptions and registration please visit our Spring Workshop Series page.
|FEB 2 & APR 20||Dreamzone Ally Training|
|FEB 8 & MAR 28||Diversity 101|
|FEB 14||Power and Privilege|
|FEB 16||Diversity 201|
|FEB 22 & APR 11||LGBTQ Awareness|
|FEB 27||Intent VS. Impact|
|MAR 8 & APR 19||Inclusive Language|
|MAR 22||Power and Privilege|
The University of Houston is the second most ethnically diverse major research university in the United States. Students come to UH from more than 137 nations & from across the world.
Diversity Education Coordinator