The Center for Equity and Student Belonging's First Year Experience Program is bringing in Writing Center Tutors to help our students during finals season. Come to our space to get started on your final papers and enjoy some writing help and snacks!
The Day of Disability and Neurodiversity is a new addition to EDI’s annual events to recognize the impact of those who are disabled in our campus community and facilitate discussions on resources and ways to improve access for those who are marginalized by their disability.
In this event for the Day of Disability and Neurodiversity, a panel of campus experts will provide brief overviews and demonstrations of basic accessibility practices for web design, social media posts, and event planning.
As part of the Day of Disability & Neurodiversity, this event will feature a roundtable discussion followed by a networking session where two important topics will be explored: living with nonapparent disabilities, and neurodivergence and neurodiversity.
Every year since 1989, on or around World AIDS Day (December 1), art museums and galleries close their doors, turn off their lights, or shroud works of art while offering information about HIV/AIDS and safer sex. This international day of action and mourning in response to the AIDS crisis is called Day With(out) Art. It honors individual legacies, commemorates personal loss, and increases awareness and action to combat the worldwide AIDS epidemic.
Please join the School of Dance in welcoming disability activist, artist, and educator Petra Kuppers to the University of Utah! Petra Kuppers (she/her) is a disability culture activist, a wheelchair dancer, and a community performance artist. She uses ecosomatics, performance, and speculative writing to engage audiences toward more socially just and enjoyable futures.
End your school week with the LGBT Resource Center! During the Fall and Spring semesters, the LGBT RC hosts Fabulous Fridays from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. except on university holidays and breaks. Come play games, meet new people, and bask in each other's company and fierceness to wrap up the week.
A space for people who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color to check-in, share and connect. In being disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and racism, many BIPOC people are naturally experiencing heightened emotions related to racial trauma. This is a space for people of shared racial identity to support ourselves and one another.