Up-Coming Events

Oct. 14 @ 1:30P: Where Do We Go From Here
Join the Intersecting Connections live panel discussion and learn how members of the UNLV campus are finding their way back to normal in light of the outstanding challenges our students, faculty, and staff have faced this year. From COVID-19, to Black Lives Matter, to financial cuts, hear from our panelists on what they are doing to keep going, managing resources for our campus community, and how they are caring for their own mental health and wellness during these unstable times.

Join with Google Meet:
Join by phone @ ‪(US) +1 413-340-2324‬ PIN: ‪490 269 018‬#

Nov. 13 @ Noon: The Masks We Wear
*A First-Generation Celebration Event
This month’s Intersecting Connections live panel discussion focuses on the experiences of first-generation students, faculty, and staff at UNLV. Panelists will speak candidly about how they have overcome feelings of isolation, managed ‘imposter syndrome’, and share survival tactics they used to reach their academic and professional goals in higher education.

Join with Google Meet:
Join by phone @ ‪(US) +1 413-340-2324‬ PIN: ‪490 269 018‬#

Mentoring Session for Pre-Med Students of Color
Monday, September 21, 2020
10:00-11:00 AM & 3:00-4:00 PM.

School of Medicine Medical Students and representatives from the UNLV School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion will be available to mentor pre-medicine students of color (at UNLV, NSC & CSN, UNR) who are interested in learning about general admissions for UNLV SOM Appointment required.

To sign up please use the link down below!

On-Going Events

Tuesday Talks. Every Two Weeks @ 3PM on Zoom
These sessions are designed to encourage and assist students in exploring the intersections of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and moving forward. The fall 2020 Tuesday Talks series is coordinated by Dr. Sonaly Silva, CAPs Licensed Psychologist.

Meeting ID: 964 6284 6164
Passcode: Q3zN4Z

Please download and import the iCalendar (.ics) files to your calendar system.

September 8 & 22, 2020:  Let’s Talk about Microaggressions
October 6 & 20, 2020:  Colorism: Decolonize Your Mind
November 3 & 17, 2020:  Interracial Relationships
December 1 & 15, 2020:  Family, Culture & Integration

Black Students Matter: A Space for Healing & Recovery. Every Thursday @ 1P on WebEx
In collaboration with Dr. Tanya Crabb, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPs) Licensed Psychologist and Student Diversity & Social Justice (SDSJ) this healing space centers students within African Diaspora.

October 6 & 20, 2020:  Colorism: Decolonize Your Mind