In accord with guidance provided by health officials and university leadership in managing the spread of COVID-19 and in an abundance of care for our community, the Division of Equity, Inclusion & Community Impact has decided to cancel and/or postpone much of its in-person programming through May 31, 2020. Unfortunately, this means that all IE workshops have been cancelled.
During this period, we would encourage you to take advantage of virtual learning opportunities on diversity, equity, and inclusion that are available through SuccessFactors Learning, Lynda.com, or CampusLink.
When in-person offerings are resumed, all Inclusive Excellence workshops will be posted on the Faculty Development OneStop, and open to any UC community member.
If you are in need of more immediate consultation, staff remain available to provide assistance and support. Please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Office of Equity & Inclusion
556-8463 I Inclusion@uc.edu
Office of Equal Opportunity & Access
556-5503 I OEOHelp@uc.edu
Office of Gender Equity & Inclusion
556-3349 I TitleIX@uc.edu
Upcoming workshops and religious observances can be found on the UC Inclusion calendar below.
NOTE: Holidays marked with an asterisk (*) have been designated non-work days by the religions that celebrate them.
- Bahá’í: 19-day fast, sunrise to sunset each day
- March 1-20, 2020
East Orthodox Beginning of Lent
- Orthodox Christian: First day of the forty days of the Great Lent period, beginning on Clean Monday followed by distinct periods of fasting, Lazarus Saturday, and Palm Sunday, culminating in Holy Week.
- March 2, 2020
- Hinduism: Holi is popularly known as the Indian "festival of spring", the "festival of colors", or the "festival of love".The festival signifies the arrival of spring, the end of winter, the blossoming of love, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships.The festival also celebrates the beginning of a good spring harvest season.
- March 9-10, 2020
- Judaism: Commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, an Achaemenid Persian Empire official who was planning to kill all the Jews, as recounted in the Book of Esther
- March 9-10, 2020
To add events to our calendar, email firstname.lastname@example.org.