Bias Incident Reports from the Department of Public Safety
see also previous page of this LibGuide
There are 20+ Living Learning communities, including: Indigenous Living Learning Community, LGBTQ+ Learning Community, Multicultural Living-Learning Community, and Upperclass Multicultural LLC.
See additional listings below under "Centers and Institutes"
Aging Studies Institute "...coordinates and promotes aging-related research, training, and outreach" at SU
Burton Blatt Institute "...advancing the civic, economic, and social participation of people with disabilities..."
Below is a recording of a virtual event to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act: “A Crip Reckoning: Reflections on the ADA@30”
Community Folk Art Center "...is a vibrant cultural and artistic hub committed to the promotion and development of artists of the African Diaspora. Our mission is to exalt cultural and artistic pluralism by collecting, exhibiting, teaching and interpreting the visual and expressive arts."
Visit CFAC’s New Online Gallery July 15, 2020
Listen to the podcast "Black Art Speaks"
Democratizing Knowledge Syracuse University - from their website: "The Democratizing Knowledge (DK) Project: Developing Literacies, Building Communities, Seeding Change, is a Syracuse University Chancellor’s Leadership Project launched in the 2009-2010 academic year. DK focuses on producing transformative knowledges and collectivities with the purpose of contributing to the growth of inclusive publics in higher education, in the workforce, and in the larger polity nationally and globally." Democratizing Knowledge is hosting a webinar series, "Communities of Color, (In)Justice, and Multiple Pandemics."
Disability Cultural Center coordinates "...campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities."
Imagining America: "The Imagining America consortium (IA) brings together scholars, artists, designers, humanists, and organizers to imagine, study, and enact a more just and liberatory ‘America’ and world."
Institute on Communication and Inclusion "...giving a voice and a means to communicate to people with disabilities who may have otherwise been living in silence or isolation..."
Intergroup Dialogue "...to increase understanding of social identities...to explore the impact at personal, interpersonal, community, cultural, institutional, and societal levels...to practice dialogue skills toward identifying actions to address social justice issues."
La Casita Cultural Center "...established to advance an educational and cultural agenda of civic engagement through research, cultural heritage preservation, media, and the arts, bridging the Hispanic communities of Syracuse University and Central New York."
Lender Center for Social Justice "...will host activities and programming, including interdisciplinary conversations related to issues of social justice and collaborations with other University units to promote a robust dialogue about issues of justice, equity, and inclusion."
LGBT Resource Center "...strives to serve people with marginalized genders and sexualities by offering support, building community, and educating members of the Syracuse University community."
Slutzker Center for International Services "...is the place to go on campus if you have questions regarding immigration regulations, passports, visas, insurance, employment, and travel [and] if you have personal, social, academic, health, housing, or financial problems... the official liaison office with U.S. immigration offices for all non-immigrants at Syracuse University...
Connections Program - The Connections Program is a mentoring program offered by the Slutzker Center for International Services for all new first year and transfer students. It will connect you with an experienced student for advice about settling into Syracuse, living with a roommate, opening a bank account, meeting new friends, getting along with your teachers, and how to handle your academic work!
Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education "committed to individualized and inclusive higher educational opportunities for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities." Information on InclusiveU.
The Tully Center for Free Speech "promotes and supports free speech through research, education and a series of events, including the annual Tully Award for Free Speech."
Veterans Resource Center "dedicated to providing the services you need as you pursue your education."
If a related and currently active recognized student group has been omitted, please feel free to contact any member of the Diversity and Inclusion Team listed on the guide tab above that reads "Diversity for Library Staff."
The following groups have information on the Hendricks Chapel website:
Adventist Christian Fellowship, Baha'i Student Club of Syracuse University, Bible Studies Ministry: Chinese Fellowship, Brothers And Sisters In Christ (BASIC) All Nations, Christian Outreach, Christian Science College Organization, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA), Mustard Seed Fellowship, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, Soka Gakkai International (SGI), SU Pagan Association, SU Student Buddhist Association, The Vineyard, Young Life College
Note that there are additional articles under the "Diversity in Higher Ed" tab of this guide.