State of Diversity 2022

2022 State of Diversity

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October 26 | 10AM
East Campus Union; Great Plains Room

The fourth annual State of Diversity featured panelists who are leaders on national and emerging issues in higher education among marginalized and underrepresented communities.

Panel Details

Jamal Watson portrait

Jamal Watson

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education


Antonio Flores portrait

Antonio Flores

President & CEO
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities


Carrie Billy portrait

Carrie Billy

President & CEO
American Indian Higher Education Consortium


Lynn Pasquerella  portrait

Lynn Pasquerella

American Association of Colleges and Universities


“The University of Nebraska is a public, land-grant institution with campuses and programs across the State that reside on the past, present, and future homelands of the Pawnee, Ponca, Oto-Missouria, Omaha, Dakota, Lakota, Arapaho, Cheyenne, Kaw Peoples, and Winnebago, as well as the relocated Ho-Chunk, Iowa, and Sac and Fox Peoples.”

About and History

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion provides vision, leadership, and advocacy in fostering an inclusive, equitable, and welcoming campus central to the land-grant mission of UNL; leads and facilitates the development of institutional policies, protocols, and practices intended to create a more equitable, and inclusive campus culture; and utilizes an inclusive excellence framework to foster an engaged, creative, and innovative learning environment for all.

Since 2019, the State of Diversity has featured historical and key data, reporting, and updates on initiatives and efforts designed to inform, equip, and engage the campus community on diversity-related trends and issues at the University. Through updates delivered by the Vice Chancellor of Diversity and Inclusion and featuring national thought-leaders, sharing expertise and pathways forward for inclusive excellence at Nebraska, the State of Diversity is open to all members of the campus community.