HOBART | Corporate executives and business leaders are most likely to listen to numbers.
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VALPARAISO | Just because an organization is diverse doesn't mean it's inclusive, a consultant told 340 Valparaiso University law students, faculty and staff Monday.
GARY | Indiana University Northwest will host Shattering the Silences, a public forum held twice a year on the Gary campus to address topics, issues and concerns relative to diversity and inclusion.
UNIVERSITY PARK | In celebration of African American History month, Governors State University’s Student Life Department will present the second annual awards show, “Black Women Rock.” The show honors and acknowledges the contributions of GSU students, faculty and community leaders at the un…
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GARY | Business students at Indiana University Northwest participated in a race experiment Friday when they had an opportunity to change the color of their skin.
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HAMMOND | The School City of Hammond is launching a diversity initiative, complete with student and parent assemblies and motivational speakers, a school official said.
Diversity took root in Northwest Indiana more than 100 years ago, when immigrants of many ethnic backgrounds arrived in this region and brought their cultures and traditions. Today, our region’s character remains defined by the diversity of its people.
Saundra Taylor considers herself a people person and always thought during her 34 years at NIPSCO she knew how to communicate with superiors.
At Indiana University Bloomington, only 4 percent of the students claim they are African American or black.
I’ve been a college student for less than a month, and already I can tell the word “diversity” is regular vocabulary on campus.
MERRILLVILLE| Valparaiso resident Michael Rider worked for the fire protection equipment company McDaniel Fire Systems for 33 years until the company suddenly shut down in October.
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VALPARAISO | The city's Advisory Human Relations Council is discussing how the community can welcome Valparaiso University's growing population of diverse students.
VALPARAISO | The president and CEO of Lutheran World Relief called on nearly 700 Valparaiso University graduates to help unite a diverse and deeply divided world.
VALPARAISO | The city's Advisory Human Relations Council is developing a “welcome statement” in response to racially derogatory comments aimed at minorities in the Valparaiso community.
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