The 5th Annual Dialogue on Diversity Conference is on Friday, October 23 at the University of Louisville, Shelby Campus. The conference is co-hosted by Bellarmine University (Office of Multicultural Affairs), Spalding University (Diversity Consciousness Action Group), the University of Louisville (College of Arts and Sciences), and the Business Diversity Network of Kentucky, Inc. (BDNKY, Inc.).
Purpose: The purpose of
the Dialogue on Diversity Conference is to construct a space where
participants can engage in thoughtful and instructive conversations
about the relevance and role of diversity
in the fields of business, education, media, health, politics and
religion. The conference workshops will focus on three primary issues:
(1) an overview of diversity in education, media, business, health,
religion and politics (2) best practices/ current research
in diversity and (3) diversity based techniques that can be utilized in
the workplace. We invite members of the Kentucky community and
surrounding areas to attend the conference and actively engage in
purposeful and meaningful discourse about the pragmatic
and theoretical aspects of diversity.
Call for Proposals
Proposals for the Dialogue on Diversity Conference can be submitted online, here. Deadline for submissions is Monday, July 27.
Questions should be directed to:
Ms. Laura E. Escobar-Ratliff
Dr. David Owen
University of Louisville