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Monday, October 15, 2018

KSUnite Weekly, published every Monday, shares inclusion and diversity news and events.

KSUnite Weekly

Bernard Franklin, vice president for student life at Mount St. Mary's University, gives the keynote address during the KSUnite program on Oct. 9. Click the image to watch the full program.

From the administration

A message from Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Bryan Samuel
Bryan Samuel, chief diversity and inclusion officer, encourages all faculty, staff and graduate students to continue participating in the diversity and inclusion dialogue by attending the 2018 Michael Tilford Conference on Diversity.

News and research

KSUnite survey: Share your experience
If you were able to attend the second KSUnite event on Oct. 9, please take a moment to share your experience.
College of Education's Project KSTEP-Up awarded $1.6 million
The program targets underserved populations, individuals who want to teach in rural areas and others.
Read full announcement | From Patrice Scott | October 15, 2018

Events

Creating Dialogues: International Undergraduate Student Integration Through Institutional Efforts
The English Language Program will host a special event about internationalization and diversity Oct. 19 in Town Hall in the Leadership Studies Building.
Cultivating self-compassion
Join Counseling Services at noon on Fridays to learn more about self-compassion.

Kudos, publications and presentations

DePaoli publishes undocumented immigration article in prestigious French journal
María-Teresa DePaoli, professor of Spanish, published "Can the Undocumented Immigrant Speak? Exploring Decolonial Thinking in Latinx Literature and Cinema" in the special issue Représentations Dans Les Monde Anglophone.

University life

Prayer and meditation room available in Holtz Hall
The space in Hale Library that was long earmarked for prayer and meditation has been temporarily relocated to 5 Holtz Hall due to the fire.