Tag Archive for: campus climate
Panelists discussed issues such as racial profiling and public safety for minorities.
Nikias mainly focused on issues of diversity.
The assembly marched in commemoration of Black History Month and Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington.
The forum considered the impacts of race, gender, class and sexuality in undergraduate General Education.
Panelists discussed how to improve the experience for the minority student body.
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Quick, sent out a memorandum to the USC community on Monday in response to the various acts of bias and disrespect against minorities at USC. Titled “Access and Opportunity, Diversity and Inclusion,” the memorandum comes after the Undergraduate Student Government’s resolution on campus climate that was […]
USC News Diversity – The Sequel: After postponing the vote two weeks ago, the Undergraduate Student Government finally approved the campus climate resolution. The resolution passed with an 11-1 vote, but not without some heated debate over a plethora of issues. The 411: The resolution is one step toward improving diversity on campus. LGBT Community: […]
Following protests on campus earlier in the day, student leaders and key authors of the campus climate resolution passed by the Undergraduate Student Government on Tuesday met with Vice President for Student Affairs Ainsley Carry and Provost Michael Quick at an open forum Thursday evening in the United University Church. “I’m the highest ranking academic […]
The demonstration followed recent racist incidents at the University of Missouri.
An unprecedented attempt to connect with students followed USC’s Mizzou protest.