Diversity and Inclusiveness at Adams State University

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.
-Maya Angelou

Gender-Neutral Bathroom Signs Focus on What's Inside — The Toilet

A new pilot program will be utilizing free gender neutral bathroom signs generously donated in collaboration with GLAAD. "The restroom is a touchy subject. No one really wants to say ‘toilet’ (or loo, or commode). You just want to know where to go when you gotta go. And we get that. All-gender restroom signs alleviate the confusion. We’re highlighting what’s behind the stall with a handy, familiar graphic."  The icon is from The Good Men Project and Sam Killermann at It's Pronounced Metrosexual. His site offers resources to "advance social equity…that help people to be better people." http://www.mydoorsign.com/all-gender-restroom-signs

Diversity at Adams State

Adams State announces staff for NSF ADVANCE grant project

Funded by a $249,571 grant through the National Science Foundation's ADVANCE IT-Catalyst program, the project aims to increase diversity and gender equity among Adams State's faculty.

Educators Hall of Fame seeking nominations

The four categories include Elementary Educator, Secondary Educator, Post-Secondary Educator and Administration.

ASU Annual Women’s Week begins March 4

Celebrating women – their accomplishments and continued struggles - the Fourth Annual Adams State University Women’s Week will be held from March 4 through March 10.

Adams State will recognize Black History Month

A longtime activist and educator, Trip is currently professor of African American Studies at St. Cloud State University.

Adams State's SLV Cultural Commissions to be premiered at CMEA convention

Internationally renowned composer Dr. Jack Stamp will conduct the Adams State Winds & Percussion Ensemble when it performs his piece San Luis Snapshots at the Colo. Music Educators Assoc. convention.