We will be joined by four expert panelists to examine the immigration policy under the new administration and how it may affect undocumented students and their families. Panelists range from a Harvard Law School professor to immigration lawyers and nonprofit professionals. Please join us in this lively discussion on Thursday, January 19th at 12:30 PM (EST).
Webinar: “Know Your Rights: Important Information for Undocumented Students and Families”
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
3:30-5:00 PM (EST)
This webinar will focus on knowing your rights, protecting your family, and preparing an emergency plan for undocumented/DACA/Mixed status students and their families. The presentation will be conducted by the staff at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic followed by a question and answer session. This event is free and open to all members of
Over the past week, I have met and talked with many of you about your anxiety and uncertainty regarding what lies ahead for our country, as well for our Harvard College community. Within that context, I’d like to share an update with you about the work that is ongoing by the College, and members of the Office of Student Life (OSL) specifically, to foster understanding, community, and belonging on our campus. Read more about Community update on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resources
It is with mixed emotions that I announce I’ve accepted a position as Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Dean of the Center for Diversity & Inclusion at Washington University in St. Louis. This new position will allow me to continue the work I’ve loved so much here at Harvard College while expanding my professional experience and level of responsibility. My last day at Harvard College will be Oct. 20.
I have appreciated the opportunity Harvard College has given me to work on the issues about which I’m most passionate--namely
In a statement regarding the Sexual Assault Prevention Task Force, Dean Khurana asserted that “[t]here are numerous issues we must continue to address, chief among them concerns raised by our BGLTQ+ community and the important work of creating an environment where the dignity, rights, and differences of all of our students is respected.”
At Harvard College, we realize that part of creating this environment involves respecting and affirming the concerns and needs of students with diverse gender identities and expressions.
The Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion hires peer educators each year to support the work of diversity and inclusion at Harvard College. The main purpose of the Diversity Peer Educator Program is to take a proactive approach in building relationships between and among communities and promote dialogue as an on-going exercise. Diversity Peer Educators address the need for bridging and belonging, sustained dialogue, and training opportunities by employing elements of the Intergroup Dialogue program at Harvard College.