Welcome to the Diversity Education Newsletter!
The purpose of the Diversity Education newsletter is to promote the ongoing work of diversity and inclusion at Stevens and share opportunities for learning and engagement. Each month, the newsletter will include: recent events, upcoming opportunities, on and off campus resources, and educational media. All members of the Stevens community are encouraged to read and share this newsletter as we all contribute to building a more inclusive campus environment.
Intercultural Space Opening Celebrations
Join us for a week of events celebrating the opening of the new Intercultural Space in the Student Center! February 3-7.

Follow @interculturalspace for more details on daily events!

Contact   ldelman@stevens.edu   with questions.

Questions about the SGA's Diversity & Inclusion Committee? Email diversityinclusionsit@gmail.com
Galentine's Day
Join the Lore-El Center for crafts, food, prizes, and community-building during this fun tradition!

Thursday, February 13 at 7p.m. in Lore-El

Follow @loreelprograms for more info on upcoming events!
Black History Month
Join the celebrations for Black History Month! Presented by the Black Affairs Council, Diversity Education, and the Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
MLK Oratory Listening Party
On January 23rd, we hosted an listening party in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Featuring many of his most famous speeches and addresses, students were able to enjoy a quiet setting for active listening and reflection with their peers. Using material from the Racial Healing Handbook (available at the lending library ) students had a candid discussion on the possibility of a racially just world.

Here's one of our favorites: I've Been to the Mountain Top MLK Speech
Lore-El Welcome Back Event
On January 21st, the Lore-El Center welcomed back students with self-care activities, snacks, LinkedIn resources, and resource-sharing.
Don't get too distracted by the charming and cute Kid President! He's got some great info on Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy.
Job Opportunity with Bank of America
Whether you are in the early stages of exploring opportunities or you have decided on a potential career path, the Bank of America Spring Diversity & Inclusion Forum, Ignite with Tech provides ethnically diverse freshman and sophomore students with the opportunity to learn about technology within financial services. The application deadline is February 9th . Travel and hotel accommodations will be provided for students selected to attend. For more information and to submit an application: click here 
Diversity Education Lending Library
All Stevens community members are welcome to borrow from a wide selection of books and DVDs on history, activism, inclusion, identity, and more. Check out the link or come visit us at the Student Center!
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
―  Nelson Mandela,  Long Walk to Freedom
About Diversity Education
Diversity Education takes on many forms at Stevens including programs such as heritage months, awareness weeks, affinity luncheons, Safe Zone Ally training, facilitated discussions, workshops, and invited guest speakers. All programs are created through an intentionally intersectional lens. Through this programming, the Office of Undergraduate Student Life seeks to:

  • foster a deeper understanding of equity and inclusion
  • cultivate safe(r) spaces for all Stevens community members 
  • empower Stevens students, faculty, and staff 

Have resources to add? Feel free to email ldeman@stevens.edu!
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