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Fall 2021 Events

The University is committed to building a more diverse, equitable and inclusive campus environment. These are some of the programs initiated to move us forward.

The Road to Blair Mountain Exhibit

Currently available for individual visits in the West Virginia and Regional History Center (WVRHC) on the 6th floor of the Downtown Library.

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Food Justice in Appalachia

We would like to invite your faculty to the opening reception for our new exhibit coming to the Downtown Library this fall, Food Justice in Appalachia. We are planning for a live reception on October 16th, 4-6pm with an online component available. We encourage interested individuals to check the following page for updates and registration.

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Eddie Glaude, Ph. D.

September 30th at 7PM, Ming Hsieh Hall G20

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Diversity Week

“Cultural Conversations: Celebrating the Social Significance of Ethnicity” is the theme of WVU’s Diversity Week 2021, scheduled for October 10-16. WVU’s annual Diversity Week endeavors to promote celebration, education, and understanding of different identities and experiences present on our campuses.

View Diversity Week Schedule

DEI Classroom

The DEI Classroom hope is to allow individuals in our campus and broader community to participate in trainings and educational opportunities without having to belong to a group that is requesting and/or receiving these trainings. We want our trainings and learning opportunities to be more accessible to smaller groups and interested individuals.

DEI Council/Committees

Passport to Holistic Wellness: A Personal Journey

Presented by WVU Health Promotions & Wellness. This innovative program provides faculty, staff, and students with the opportunity to schedule virtual meetings with specialists in financial, emotional, and physical wellness. Register August 16-30 (sessions are open until full).

Learning and Organization Development (LOD) in Talent & Culture

Fall offering that might be of interest to faculty who are working remotely

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: How to Self-Promote While Working Remotely

By JD Williams Training

LOD classes

LOD classes are custom designed to WVU culture. offer helpful resources for the new way of working. address various work settings, including hybrid and remote. provide practical, immediately applicable tools and techniques. are a blend of self-paced eLearning and live webinars.

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