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On this page you will find videos of scholars speaking on important equity and inclusion issues.

Sara Ahmed, "Complaint: Diversity Work, Feminism, and Institutions"
Oscar Dubón, "Leading for Equity in Higher Education"
Sylvia Hurtado, "Campus Climate, Inclusive Science, and Institutional Change"
Francisco Rodriguez, "Community Colleges: Modern Day Engines for Economic and Social Mobility"

Sara Ahmed, "Complaint: Diversity Work, Feminism, and Institutions"
This lecture was part of The UC Davis Forums on the Public University and the Social Good delivered on February 15, 2018
The lecture will draw on interviews with students and staff who have made (or have considered making) complaints about abuses of power within universities. It will show how feminist complaint can be a form of diversity work: as the work you would have to do before some populations can be included within institutions. 

 

Oscar Dubón, "Leading for Equity in Higher Education"
This lecture was part of Leading and Breaking Barriers in Research, Higher Education, and Industry delivered on March 5, 2018
Oscar Dubón is Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, Faculty Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and  Vice Chancellor for Equity and Inclusion at UC Berkeley.

 

Sylvia Hurtado, "Campus Climate, Inclusive Science, and Institutional Change"
This lecture was part of The UC Davis Forums on the Public University and the Social Good delivered on October 26, 2017
Dr. Hurtado will discuss recent developments in campus climate and a new model of inclusive science that integrates diversity in undergraduate education and faculty development. 

 

Francisco Rodriguez, "Community Colleges: Modern Day Engines for Economic and Social Mobility"
This lecture was part of The UC Davis Forums on the Public University and the Social Good delivered on April 9, 2018
In this forum, Dr. Rodriguez will proceed from the observation that America’s community colleges— which are the most egalitarian institutions of public higher education, serving more than 12 million students each year—play a leading role in supporting social mobility as well as our nation’s strength, economic health and prosperity, and democracy.