On Friday, September 6, the University of Notre Dame will host a one-day diversity and inclusion conference for faculty, staff and students titled "Open Minds, Loving Hearts & An Engaged Community!" It is free to attend and you may register for one or all of the events.
The conference, inspired by Catholic Social Teaching, is open to all faculty, staff and students, and will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Morris Inn. There will be two keynote speakers: the Rev. Joseph Brown, SJ, and Robin DiAngelo, author of the book "White Fragility." DiAngelo's talk will be open to the public, but all other programming is reserved for faculty, staff and students.
The event is sponsored by Human Resources, Campus Ministry, the Kroc Institute of Peace Studies, Gender Studies, Multicultural Student Programs and Services, the Graduate School, the Center for Social Concerns, Saint Mary's College and the Mayor's Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
To learn more about the event and register, please visit the conference website
Originally published by hr.nd.edu on August 20, 2019.at