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I Thought I Knew All About Diversity—But There’s Always More to Learn

(Republished with permission from UCF Today. By Anjella Warnshuis, coordinator of administrative services for the University of Central Florida’s Department of Political Science and a columnist with the UCF Forum opinion series.) I have many fond memories of listening to former UCF President John C. Hitt talk about the importance of being both diverse and inclusive. The items are equally important because we could be diverse and not get along, or we could be inclusive by all thinking alike—but diverse thoughts are needed for growth.

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Randolph Leads SEED Peer Program for Change

(Republished with permission from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences News, February 25, 2019.) 

By Linda Haymes. 

Mildred Randolph, D.V.M., is helping her UAMS colleagues view their professional and personal worlds from a new perspective to shine a light on differences and offer more inclusiveness.

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Revealing Our Revised Logo and Colors

SEED logoWe are delighted to reveal an updated look for the SEED logo! Our beloved dandelion is getting a refreshed design that will be more flexible for a number of different uses. We're also updating our brand colors and the look of our website.

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia

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