World AIDS Day, a national day of recognition for those suffering from AIDS, is Dec. 1. Founded in 1988, it was the first global health day ever created.
President Robert Henry wrote a proclamation Oct. 12, 2015, establishing an official day of celebration for Native American people.
Students, faculty and community partners came together to celebrate peace through discussions on diversity and inclusion, poetry and artwork.
OCU’s Native American Society will follow the opening of the Spring Equinox Art Exhibition with its annual Spring Powwow, which now has a competition component.
February is Black History month and the Black Student Association will present a series of events throughout the month to celebrate.
The office of Student Engagement, Inclusion and Multicultural Programs heads many opportunities outside the classroom that students can participate in.
YWCA hosts TED Talk-style discussion about diversity in Meinders School of Business on April 28.
Three scholarship programs coalesced to bring together student leaders from diverse backgrounds.
The Physician Assistant Program will host a panel on diversity in healthcare.