Diversity at GW: Students Present Research from the University Archives
Monday, April 20
Gelman Library, Room 702
Refreshments to follow
Please join us for a presentation by the three recipients of the 2014-2015 University Archives Diversity Research Fellowships. The students will discuss their research into the history of religious communities on campus, GW’s LGBTQ community, and the effect of the 1960s Chicano movement on the curriculum and student body at GW. Student fellows have spent many hours digging deep into the University Archives and interviewing individuals with stories to share. Learn more about the unique histories of these groups and how their experiences have shaped our present day GW community.
This program is generously funded by an Innovation in Diversity and Inclusion grant from the GW Office of Diversity and Inclusion.