Diversity in Action, a weeklong residency at the University of Redlands, is intended to introduce and engage various voices and perspectives across the University community, and beyond.
It serves as a tangible example of our commitment to providing a well-rounded, personalized, and hands-on education that focuses on scholarship through engagement.
Diversity in Action is lived and experienced by, and through those who are committed to social change, reform in response to inequity or conflict, and the strengthening of local communities, like our own. Whether an artist, educator, historian, community advocate, we all have a role to play, to include hearing, considering and respectfully challenging diverse perspectives.
This weeklong residency allows for the introduction of ideas, perspectives and experiences that will challenge some, and inspire others, and is the result of extending an invitation to a nominated, and selected representative of diversity in action.
Please read the guidelines below, and consider nominating someone (self-nominations are welcomed) to engage in our community on topics and in ways that meet the goals of this initiative:
To be considered, as Diversity in Action residency, the nominee must:
Preference will be given to nominees who are able to engage in some of the following activities:
Please Submit your interest and application materials via this application. Submissions should include the following:
Please submit a nomination via this form. When considering who to nominate, pay particular attention to both the “Eligibility Requirements” and “Desired Abilities” as noted above, as well as the desire to select someone who is “... committed to social change, reform in response to inequity or conflict, and the strengthening of local communities, like our own.”
*If you would like to nominate someone for a singular event, please refer to Convocations and Lectures instead. Please email email@example.com.