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A note from SALD--

University of Cincinnati’s Fraternity and Sorority Life affirms the mission of the University, the Division of Student Affairs and Student Activities and Leadership Development to provide an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity and enhances the ability of all students to become respectful, global citizens.  We share in the deep concern regarding the actions of the University of Oklahoma chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and their guests and fully support the swift action of the national office.  Racism has no place on our campus or in our organizations and we remain dedicated to a just community.  This is an on-going opportunity for personal and community development. Over the course of the next few days, we will provide guidance and support to members of our community as well as opportunities to reflect on our values and increase our accountability to become a model inclusive community.  

Diversity Education

Students

Diversity Education focuses on the following competencies:

  • Valuing Diversity. Accepting and respecting differences—different cultural backgrounds and customs, different ways of communicating, and different traditions and values.
  • Being Culturally Self-Aware. Culture—the sum total of an individual's experiences, knowledge, skills, beliefs, values, and interests—shapes educators' sense of who they are and where they fit in their family, school, community, and society.
  • Dynamics of Difference. Knowing what can go wrong in cross-cultural communication and how to respond to these situations.

Diversity Education is a broad component supported by all areas of Student Activities & Leadership Development.  Learn about ways to connect:

RAPP Students

Engage in building knowledge and skills around social justice

Emerging Ethnic Leaders

First-year student leaders of color develop their leadership skills.

KNCR

SALD's newest leadership training