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Trans* Talk Tuesdays

Drop in for a peer led discussion and support group for trans*, trans* questioning, and gender non-conforming students.

When: every Monday at 6 pm

Where: Pride Center

OUTstanding Seminar 2016: Let it All Out

Using Vulnerability and Expression to Build Alliances and Empower our Community

The OUTstanding Seminar is an annual conference exploring gender and sexual diversity. Keynote speakers this year are award-winning poets Kai Davis and Kit Yan.

When: October 22, 2016 : 8am-1pm

Where: University of Tennessee Panhellenic Building

Students, staff, faculty and community members are welcome. Register here!

Diversity Dialogue Town Hall Series

The Diversity Committee within the Division of Student Life is hosting a series of town halls on Oct. 18, Oct. 24, and Nov. 15. Please see the complete flyer here for details!

3rd Annual Collaborators for Change Diversity Summit: “Continuing the Conversation”

The Summit will be held on March 24, 2017.

Call for Proposals is now open and can be found here. Deadline for submissions is October 28, 2016.

Vol Vision 2020 Strategic Priority Diversity and Inclusion Working Group: 

Student Listening Sessions

Mr. Tyvi Small and Dr. Angela Batey, Chairs for the working group, are interested in hearing students’ feedback regarding student experience at the University of Tennessee. Student feedback will allow us to shape the action plan for this important university strategic priority. Students’ voices matter and these listening sessions will be an opportunity to share with members of the committee ways students believe we can enhance our community.
Students may RSVP for the days/times below here:
9/26. 5:30pm – 6:30pm      Haslam Business Building, Room 304
9/27  5:30pm – 6:30pm      Haslam Business Building, Room 305
9/28 12:00pm – 1:30pm     Haslam Music Building Room, Room 12
9/29 12:00pm – 1:30pm     Frieson Black Cultural Center Conference Room, 2nd floor


An Open Discussion about Intersectionality: From Scholarship to Action

The directors of the Intersectionality Community of Scholars at UT will facilitate a conversation about the origins of intersectionality theory in the U.S., Black Feminism, current directions in the field, and the relationship between interdisciplinary scholarship, activism, and social justice.

When: October 19, 2016 at 12 p.m.

Where: Hodges Library Room 605

Facilitated by: Drs. Nora Berenstain and Patrick Grzanka

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