Discover Cultural Awareness: It's not Just Black and White
The 16th annual Oregon Diversity Institute will be held November
4 - 5, 2010, 8 am - 5 pm. in Building 48 and
Building 50 Gym.
Hosted by Chemeketa Community College, Salem.
Dr. James Mason, Executive Director Culturally Competent Care Giving, Providence Health & Services
Building Allies in Diverse Settings
Gail G. Evans, Ph.D., Dean of Undergraduate Studies, San Francisco State University:
Inclusive Excellence: Defining Excellence for the 21st Century
- Take a look at our session themes.
- Request for Proposals
- Registration Form
- Employee Registration
- ODI Award Nomination Descriptions
- ODI Award Nomination Form
- Hotel Information
- Guest Parking Permit
- Directions to Conference
- ODI Program Preview
The Oregon Diversity Institute (ODI) addresses historic and contemporary issues of access, social justice, human rights, and equity. We promote respectful, open and honest interactions among people and communities of diverse abilities and backgrounds.
Goals and Objectives
- Honor, value and celebrate the potential of individuals from diverse communities including, but not limited to, age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, race, and religion
- Provide opportunities for learning, dialogue, understanding, and empowerment in preparation for an increasingly diverse future.
- Create a network among education institutions and lifelong learners.
- Foster partnerships with private and public agencies.
- Promote systemic planning and institutional transformation in order to address historic and present inequities.
- Examine hegemonic power relationships that create inequity and discrimination.