Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail The 19th annual Diversity and Inclusion Summit will be held at the University of Colorado Boulder Nov. 13-14, featuring a variety of sessions for students, faculty, staff and community members. All events are free and open to the public.This year’s theme, “Building the Road Map: Realizing Diversity and Inclusion for CU-Boulder, City of Boulder and Boulder County,” is based in part on a 2003 statement from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. In a Supreme Court ruling that diversity can be used in university admission decisions, O’Connor wrote: “We expect that 25 years from now, the use of racial preferences will no longer be necessary to further the interest approved today.”Alphonse Keasley, who has been involved with the summit since it began 19 years ago, says the Summit Planning Committee is using this year’s summit to help the campus and community march toward a place that “exemplifies diversity, intercultural understanding and community engagement.”“This year we will be taking a look at the history of our campus efforts related to diversity and inclusion,” said Keasley, CU-Boulder’s assistant vice chancellor for campus climate and community engagement. “We also will be looking at what it is we want to do, not only on campus, but also within the city and county. Thus the theme ‘Building the Road Map.’ We really would like to see this year as a year where we launch into some specific actions that we can take year after year.”Most summit events will be held in the University Memorial Center on the CU-Boulder campus. Highlighted sessions at this year’s summit, all to be held in the UMC’s Glenn Miller Ballroom unless otherwise noted, include:– Nov. 13, 9:30-10 a.m. Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia will offer insights on the critical importance of diversity and inclusion for the state of Colorado.– Nov. 13, 10:05-10:35 a.m. CU-Boulder Professor Adam Bradley will offer an address titled “A Hip-Hop Road Map to a Diverse Future.”– Nov. 13, 10:45-11:50 a.m. A panel titled “Where Have We Come From?” will cover significant milestones from the campus and community.– Nov. 13, noon-1:30 p.m. Keynote presentation by Professor Patricia Gurin of the University of Michigan on “Engaging Diversity: More Important Than Ever.” Gurin will discuss the social science evidence that was key in the 2003 Supreme Court affirmative action ruling on the educational benefit of diversity.– Nov. 14, 9:30-10:45 a.m. in UMC room 235. A panel titled “Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?” will build on an understanding of the actions, policies and dialogues that have shaped the direction of diversity and inclusivity within the University of Colorado and greater Boulder community.Hosted by the Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement, the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee, Boulder County and the city of Boulder, the Diversity and Inclusion Summit offers more than 80 educational and exploratory sessions presenting a view of diversity beyond the most common definitions, highlighting the research, talents and insights of faculty, students and staff. The purpose of the summit is to bring the most up-to-date practices around matters of diversity, inclusion, equity and social justice to campus.For a complete schedule of summit events visit http://sites.google.com/a/colorado.edu/cu-diversity-summit/home.Contact: Alphonse Keasley, assistant vice chancellor, 303-492-5479 Greg Swenson, University Communications, 303-492-3113 “This year we will be taking a look at the history of our campus efforts related to diversity and inclusion,” said Alphonse Keasley, CU-Boulder’s assistant vice chancellor for campus climate and community engagement. “We also will be looking at what it is we want to do, not only on campus, but also within the city and county. Thus the theme ‘Building the Road Map.’ We really would like to see this year as a year where we launch into some specific actions that we can take year after year.” Published: Nov. 7, 2013 Categories:AcademicsGetting InvolvedCampus Community
RelatedBREAKING: Police respond to two accidents in Port IsabelBy DINA ARÉVALO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] Police are on the scene of a one-vehicle accident in Port Isabel. The incident occurred just before 3 p.m. when a man traveling eastbound on the 1400 block of Highway 100 lost control of his Chevy Silverado pickup truck, drove over the curb…March 13, 2018In “News”Powering Laguna MadreBy ESTEVAN MEDRANO Port Isabel-South Padre Press [email protected] February 5, 2015 Port Isabel residents have raised concerns about a rash of outages between their city and surrounding cities, namely South Padre Island and Laguna Vista. Frank Espinoza, AEP community affairs manager for the Mid and Lower Valley presented a special report…February 6, 2015In “News”DOWN BUT NOT OUT: After damage from high winds, South Padre Island recovery process underwayLaura Lyles Reagan Special to the PRESS On Monday October 21, 2019 beginning at 12:58am. the National Weather Service of Brownsville, Texas issued the first tornado warning. Then it issued the first severe thunderstorm warning. Multiple residents said that severe weather hit the island at approximately 2:00am and the electricity…October 25, 2019In “News” Share By ESTEVAN MEDRANOPort Isabel-South Padre [email protected] 15, 2015A utility pole along Highway 100 caught fire Saturday morning causing the main road to be blocked off. The highway, which connects Laguna Heights and Port Isabel, was closed off for several hours, forcing a long line of vehicles to reroute and drive into Brownville to re-enter either city, including many of those who were coming back from participating in the 31st Annual Causeway Run and Fitness Walk which ended on South Padre Island. Though a brief power outage followed the electrical fire affecting a little over 1,000 area residents, the road wasn’t reopened until after 5:00 p.m. as the pole was swaying back and forth in danger of collapsing shortly after the fire ignited around 10:00 a.m.“The fire we saw was compromising the integrity of the pole,” said Officer Ray Brandriff of the Port Isabel Police Department who was on scene. “It’s starting to sway now. It doesn’t happen that often and usually they’re able to extinguish it. I can’t tell you why it’s still burning it this weather,” he said referring to the rainy atmosphere surrounding the unyielding fire.The fire was put out by emergency crews before the pole was intentionally dismantled and is expected to be replaced next week. Electrical lines had to be cut and rerouted so the disintegrating pole would not tear down neighboring power lines once collapsing.“We made a temporary measure to restore power until a permanent metal structure arrives to replace it,” said Franz Espinoza with AEP Texas. “This is a normal business practice in these kinds of situations. The public is not in any danger while we wait for the replacement to arrive.”Many of the wooden utility poles along the chief highway have been replaced by metal ones over time to prevent similar occurrences. Poor weather conditions are cited as the reason for the incident.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.
Bale vs. Ronaldo: Coaches have to control a group of professionals, but not what their agents say. I talk to the players and when there’s a conflict, it’s solved. There’s no problem between Bale and Cristiano. Everything is magnified in Madrid. Sometimes it’s out of jealousy, or to attack. I am surprised. Cristiano Ronaldo: I have no problems with any player in the squad. Yesterday I spent a good, long time talking to Cristiano. He starts matches on the wing, but a little in the penalty area because he has goals. He practices free-kicks and does them very well. It’s a matter of time before he’s scoring them. Dropped points against Atleti: If at the Vicente Calderon we forced the best Atletico Madrid to make three changes in desperation and didn’t concede four times as in April this year, we must have done something right. On the table were his exchange of words with Sergio Ramos, the relationship between Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale and the dropped points against Atletico Madrid. 15/10/2015 EFE, Sport EN Here’s what the Spanish coach had to say: Upd. at 12:44 Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez spoke to Onda Cero’s Al Primer Toque on Wednesday night. CEST Ramos: I fought more than anyone for Ramos to stay. There’ve been zero problems between us. He’s the captain and a phenomenon and he has to prove himself constantly. Unrest in the dressing room: I’m amazed at how many stories are invented. We have a very good dressing room. There’s a great atmosphere among the players. It’s healthier than you think. I’ve had locker rooms that are more complicated. They all have some players who are more happy or less happy and some can be worse than another teammate, but there’s been nothing exceptional. Injures: There aren’t as many injuries as people say. Today I counted nine. Injuries aren’t the same as fatigue. The fans can be calm, we’re working hard to prevent this, but we play twice a week with intensity and we have a lot of internationals.
Sport EN 31/07/2016 CEST Upd. at 20:10 Schalke 04 have signed right-back Coke from Sevilla. The 29 year old was one of the stars of their Europa League triumph, scoring twice in the final against Liverpool. Coke arrived in Sevilla for the 2011-12 season and soon found his way into the team. He was later made one of the captains, and has won a total of three Europa Leagues. The full-back won the man of the match award in the final of last season’s.
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FULL TIME : GALWAY 0-16 ROSCOMMON 2-6ALL OVER!!! Galway have turned it around in the second half – Shane Walsh was quite magnificent.70+5 Ian Burke adds another….is that the insurance point? Galway 0-16 Roscommon 2-670+4 Mins: Adrian Varley kicks a beauty….Roscommon will need a goal now. Galway 0-15 Roscommon 2-671 Mins: Damien wins a free way out on the wing……….Sean Andy Kelly is down and will be replaced by Gary O’DonnellThere will SIX (6) minutes of added time10 Mins: Another from Comer. Galway 0-14 Roscommon 2-669 Mins: Damien Comer….gets his point. Galway lead. Galway 0-13 Roscommon 2-665 Mins: Peter Cooke has come on for Johnny Heaney!64 Mins: Great response from Sean Armstrong. Level again! Galway 0-2 Roscommon 2-6Conor Devaney ….. back of the net! Roscommon 2-6 Galway 0-1161 Mins: PENALTY for Roscommon – Diarmuid Murtagh fouled!61 Mins: Yellow Card for Tom Flynn.60 Mins: Sean Kelly with a great point from play sees Galway stretch the lead. Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-659 Mins: Amazing defending by Galway’s Eoghan Kerrin & Sean Andy Kelly as Roscommon bear down on Goal…..up the other end…Ian Burke fouled. Shane Walsh puts Galway in front for the first time in the game. Galway 0-10 Roscommon 1-6 – Shane Walsh has 8 points.52 Mins: Poor kick out…Galway win it. Free in. Black card for David Murray and Shane Walsh levels it. Galway 0-9 Roscommon 1-650 Mins: Gareth Bradshaw runs at the Roscommon defence, wins the free. Shane Walsh punishes the Rossies. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-849 Mins: Eoghan Kerrin comes in for David Wynne48 Mins: Sean Armstrong come on for Barry McHughRo0scommon have kicked three wides in the second half (10 in total).45 Mins: Damien Comer get a yellow card as Ciaran Duggan comes on for Paul Conroy42 Mins: Shane Walsh adds another from a free with his left foot. Two points between the teams. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-741 Mins: Shane Walsh kicks another magnificent score. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-6Roscommon holding on to possession, Galway can’t get it. When they do they give it away too easily38 Mins: Roscommon get an easy free……Diarmuid Murtagh stretches the lead. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-5SECOND HALF UNDERWAYNo changes on either side for the second half” Galway are standing two feet off and allowing Roscommon get at them” – Colin Cooper” The ball going in to Damien Comer hasn’t been good enough” – Frank Morris“The first half has been played on Roscommon’s terms” – Colm O’Rourke“Roscommon well on top at midfield” – Ollie Turner“Galway would want to get their skates on, but it’s not over yet!” – Seamus DukeHALF TIME Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-5 – Roscommon by far the better side in that first half and will have the wind in part 2.There will be 2 added minutes at the end of the first half.34 Mins: Free in for Galway and Shane Walsh curls it beautifully inside the post. Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-5“Roscommon are making better decisions on the ball” – Frank MorrisKevin Walsh will be anxious to get his team in for the half-time ‘talk’Cathal Compton goes off the Roscommon team…he has been playing well and will be missed. Ultan Harney comes in.28 Mins: Down the other end…Diarmuid Murtagh breaks free and gets an easy point. Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-427 Mins: Looks like Damien Comer is being fouled…..no, says the referee…could have been a penalty!25 Mins: Shane Walsh wins the ball….finds Ian Burke…….point. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-4Galway just can’t get their hands on the ball for long periods.24 Mins: Roscommon create another goal chance but Sean Andy Kelly clears the lines.“Galway need to cut out basic errors” – Barry Cullinane22 Mins: Quick free from Galway into Ian Burke and he points. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-321 Mins: GOAL for Roscommon….Ciaran Murtagh cuts in along the end line and finishes to the net. Galway in trouble here. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-220 Mins: Galway picking up the pace with another attack but, it’s a free out!19 Mins: An audacious effort from Shane Walsh keeps Galway in the game. Roscommon 0-4 Galway 0-218 Mins: 45 for Galway….missed! The usually inch-perfect Barry McHugh yet to score from the ground.16 Mins: Donie Smith….adds another point. Galway are struggling here. Roscommon 0-4 Galway 0-1Galway looking a little lifelessRoscommon have kicked 5 wides and could be further ahead.14 Mins: Shane Walsh is in on goal but lands the ball into the goalkeeper’s arms.13 Mins: Handy free in for Roscommon. Diarmuid Murtagh punishes the mistake. Roscommon 0-3 Galway 0-112 Mins: Diarmuid Murtagh has added another point. Roscommon 0-2 Galway 0-1There are three Roscommon on Damien Comer every time he goes for the ball.9′ Shane Walsh kicks a great point on the run for Galway’s first score. Galway 0-1 Roscommon 0-18′ Roscommon battling for every ball…..free for Galway. It’s a long way out. 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