Invent2Prevent provides an opportunity to design and implement a creative initiative to address discrimination, extremism, and violence against Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the US.
At the inaugural -omics Symposium on August 12, you can engage with the UT research community to discuss high-throughput computing, high-performance computing, and data science for research.
A current one-hour virtual course provides graduate students an overall understanding of conflict of interest requirements and the importance of following requirements to ensure research integrity.
New Webinar Series: So You Want to Go on the Job Market – Strategies for Applying and Negotiating Your First Major Job
The Division of Diversity and Engagement is pleased to offer a three-part Graduate and Professional Student Webinar Series this semester. The goals of this series are to enhance resilience among graduate and professional students as they navigate their respective programs, provide a set of practices for demonstrating professionalism in various contexts, and develop skills as they apply for and negotiate job offers.
Join the UT Libraries’ Diversity Committee at noon on April 1 for a virtual discussion on wellness and self-care.
The Commission for Disability is excited to be collaborating with Student Disability Services and the Division of Student Life to welcome and host Haben Girma for an event titled “Disability & Innovation: The Universal Benefits of Inclusive Design.” The event is scheduled for Tuesday, March 23rd from 5:30-6:30 pm and will be held virtually on Zoom.
The Center for Health Education and Wellness announces “Communication & Healthy Relationships at Your First Job—A Panel and Q&A”, to be held on March 19 from noon–1:00 p.m.
TLI will be hosting their annual Innovative Teaching and Learning Conference later this month. The event will be held virtually on Tuesday, March 30th (9am – 5pm) at no cost to participants.
The DEI Awareness for the Workforce series continues with “Writing Your Diversity Statement.”
Long-standing systemic health and social inequities have put many people from racial and ethnic minority groups at increased risk of getting sick and dying from COVID-19 and other chronic diseases. On Friday, February 26 at 10am, join the Office of Community Engagement and Outreach and area experts to learn how UT can partner with community organizations to address and close these gaps in health equity.