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Cal State East Bay celebrates its commitment to diversity and inclusion during the third annual Diversity Day at the Hayward campus on May 16.
“Diversity is more than just physical; it’s about being tolerant and open minded to new ideas, which is expressed all throughout the campus on Diversity Day. This event is a reminder about the importance of East Bay’s mission, which is to be a safe, multi-cultured environment for our students” said Professor Emeritus Terry Jones.
Diversity Day is scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the University Union on May 16. The theme for 2012 is From Personal to Political: Perspectives on Diversity at CSUEB. The program includes a panel discussion on dealing with diversity during challenging times. It is free and and open to the public.
The FDEC is accepting proposed presentations until 5 p.m. April 13th.