Graduate, Undergraduate and Equity Affairs
A Conversation about Antisemitism in the United States
The Confronting Racism speaker series is a program of virtual learning opportunities organized and cosponsored by Graduate, Undergraduate and Equity Affairs (GUEA) and the Office of Workplace Inclusion and Belonging (OWIB). Inspired by President Drake and the work of the UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force, Confronting Racism brings UC lecturers from a broad array of fields to UCOP to highlight contemporary issues related to equity, diversity and inclusion.
The Roots of Structural Racism: 21st Century Racial Residential Segregation in the United States, featuring Samir Gambhir
Imagining an Anti-Racist UC: Tools and Strategies for Transforming Our Institution, featuring 2020 UC-Coro Northern California Cohort
Black Thriving: A UC Irvine Initiative, featuring Vice Chancellor Douglas Haynes
Confronting Anti-Asian Hate and Bias, featuring Lok Siu, Ph.D.
Imagining an Anti-Racist University, featuring Tunette Powell, Ph.D. in conversation with Ghanya Thomas
The Pandemic’s Effects on UC Student Outcomes and Success
This series focuses on the impact of the pandemic on undergraduate education and student mental health.
Resilience and Adaptation in Undergraduate Education During COVID-19, featuring Richard Erum, Ph.D.05/11/22 webinar recording
05/11/22 webinar slides