Black History Month
Otis Burrell a high jump giant
The amazing competitive life of a Wolf Pack great
Connection key to supporting Black engineering students
New chapter of National Society of Black Engineers closes out its first semester at the University
Journalism professor’s film competes nationwide
Documentary reveals racism confronted by first African American female sportscaster, Jayne Kennedy
Economic Necessity Trumps Morality: Reflecting on the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Michael Coray: ‘Bringing voices to the table that otherwise might not have been heard’
University’s first black professor of history was a groundbreaking figure
Multicultural Center’s FreeWall Jam event brings inspiration, camaraderie and discussion to campus
Spray painting artist “Doomed Movement,” Terrence Hammond, creates art with students and community
Black History Month Wellness Fair hosted by ACCEPT
School of Public Health faculty serving as ACCEPT Board of Directors support community event.
If I can help somebody…You know, my living shall not be in vain.
Prisca Gayles receives National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
Gayles ethnographic research on Argentina’s Black social movement has been made possible in part by a major grant from the NEH
Gaming app will help faculty navigate diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)
Engineering professor Kelly Cross receives CAREER grant to survey engineering faculty about their beliefs and values about DEI and to develop gaming tool to coach faculty in responding to DEI situations.
Celebrating the achievements of Colin Kaepernick
Colin’s achievements in the service of a better society are at the heart of the Wolf Pack Way
Writing for representation: Vibrant Voices
Journalism student establishes a club to advocate for underrepresented groups
In the Black Speaker Series leaves long-lasting impact on attendees
The College of Business educational series explored racial and social inequalities in business
This series was designed to explore how to support businesses already at a disadvantage and leverage the playing field.
Kelly Cross named one of 1,000 Inspiring Black Scientists in America
Cell Mentor named Cross on the list designed to "dismantle the myth that outstanding Black scientists make up a small percentage of the scientific community."
Hip Hop Scholars: Jody Lykes Details the Experiences of Black Professors Teaching Hip Hop
New research offers close look at the professionals in Hip Hop academia
‘Let’s Talk About Race’ webinar series hosted by Equal Opportunity and Title IX Department
Creating a safe place for staff and students to talk about race in the University community
UNPACKED: Donald Easton-Brooks leads as an example of the power of education and perseverance
With an expanded name to reflect today’s challenges, the College of Education and Human Development strives to build a national reputation focused on learning, research and innovation
College of Liberal Arts faculty research and write on topics of racism and social justice
From the history of religion and Black culture to a modern global issue of racism, faculty examine the evolution of social justice movements
The story of Juneteenth's AB 174: 'A short bill with a mighty purpose'
The passage of AB 174 in 2011 shows how people and a proclamation now come together in Nevada each year in observance of Juneteenth