Selected from a pool of statewide applicants, criminal justice/political science/pre-law student Amanda Schermerhorn has been accepted into the eight-month Minnesota Partners in Policymaking® leadership training. Participants include adults with disabilities and parents raising children with developmental disabilities. Schermerhorn is the mother to four children. Her youngest child, Richard, has autism. He is nonverbal and cognitively delayed. He requires constant supervision […]
New Rivers Press publication We Are No Longer Babaylan by first-generation Filipina-American author Elsa Valmidiano received a fantastic review in RHINO magazine.
Monday, April 27 | 1 to 2:30 p.m. OR 3 to 4:30 p.m. | CMU 101 Rona Halualani, a representative of Halualani & Associates, will be on campus Monday, April 27 to present the findings of a recent Diversity Mapping Project undertaken to identify MSUM’s level of diversity/inclusion achievement.
Affirmative Action Advocate Training is a certification opportunity for staff and faculty wishing to become Affirmative Action Advocates to serve on unclassified search committees. This training will be held on Wednesday, March 12 from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. in the CMU 205. Pre-registration is not necessary. Attendance will be recorded. Presented by Donna Brown, University Affirmative Action Officer.
During the fall and winter months, a number of cultural and religious days of significance are observed. While it is a time of celebration, it is also a time to be mindful and respectful of the rich and diverse cultures that are ever present in our workplace and the communities we serve. The following recommendations are guidelines consistent with federal […]