Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is a majority-minority institution, with students from at least 116 countries, as well as a university recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HIS). As such, we find ourselves with the unique opportunity to invite all members of our community to learn from and appreciate others and to create a learning community that exemplifies inclusiveness and respect for diversity.
We are committed to educating our students, interacting with colleagues, and engaging with our campus community in a manner that is respectful of all cultural traditions and practices, gender identities, sexual orientations, age, religious/spiritual beliefs, and in all areas that distinguish individuals.
Diversity Dialogues were held on the first Tuesday of each month in 2019 and are now being offered under the name “Inclusive Campus Conversations” (https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cahss_inclusive_campus_conversations/). Topics and presenters change monthly, but what is constant is the freedom to exchange ideas in a respectful environment.
This collection is no longer archived under the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (as of July 2020 - a part of the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences), but instead has transitioned to a campus-wide Inclusion and Diversity Council that archives its documents here.