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Student Activities & Leadership Development

Diversity Education

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

Diversity Funding Grant

The mission of Student Activities & Leadership Development supports the mission of the University of Cincinnati by promoting and guiding purposeful student engagement, fostering a sense of community, and providing opportunities of student growth and leadership development.  The office aspires to create an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity and enhances students’ ability to become global citizens.  Within this framework, SALD is accepting program proposals up to $2,000 from registered student organizations that support the institution’s diversity initiative.

Diversity Funding Grant Proposal

Click here for an application!


Nonviolent Activism Training
SALD's newest leadership training connects Bearcats with the international curriculum of Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation.  Participate in the 16 hour Orientation Training to join hundreds of thousands of people around the globe applying this training to social change.  Offered several times annually, this 16-hour training provides a foundation in analyzing conflict, principles and practices of nonviolence, historical examples of nonviolent social change movements, thought-provoking readings, and educational simulations. 

Check out these upcoming trainings:

  • Participate in an Orientation to KNCR Training - Our next session is this Fall 2014 - Meets 1pm to 5pm on Fridays, 10/24, 10/31, 11/7, and 11/14. Click on the link above to register.

WorldFest Week: A Cultural Celebration

Worldfest Week has a new home! Please visit www.uc.edu/eps to find out more information for WorldFest Week 2015. 


RAPP: UC's Social Justice Forum
The RAPP area in SALD offers a variety of opportunities to engage in building knowledge and skills around social justice, intercultural communication, and inclusive leadership.

Check out the RAPP website to learn more!


Emerging Ethnic Leaders
The Emerging Ethnic Leaders program helps first-year student leaders of color develop their leadership skills. Through a supportive learning community, the program enhances leadership potential; fosters interpersonal, social, ethical, and moral development; and instills an attitude of social awareness and responsibility.

Check out EEL on the SALD Leadership page!