Maintaining the Momentum Towards a More Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Duke:
Challenges and opportunities in advancing racial equity in a post-election environment
Duke has ambitious goals around creating and maintaining a racially equitable university community so that all members can thrive and we maximize excellence in teaching, learning and working. But the world we live in is deeply polarized and that same polarization exists at Duke even though our values are clear. What strategies and tools can we employ in order to achieve our goals relative to diversity, equity and inclusion in a context that is full of complexities?
This event is also part of The Graduate School's Race and Bias Conversations series.
Kimberly Hewitt, JD
Vice President for Institutional Equity and Chief Diversity Officer
Kimberly Hewitt was appointed Vice President for Institutional Equity and Chief Diversity Officer at Duke in August 2019. Prior to coming to Duke, she served as the Vice Provost for Institutional Equity at Johns Hopkins University from March 2017 to July 2019. Ms. Hewitt holds an A.B. from Stanford University and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School.
Note that graduate students (and others in the Duke community) will receive RCR credit (GS715.01) for attendance of the entire event; attendance is recorded via Zoom logs. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
LocationOnline via Zoom. Link provided upon registration.
- Professional Development
- Professionalism and Scholarly Integrity
- Responsible Conduct of Research
- Race & Bias Conversations