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CECH DEI Research and Resources

The CECH Library guide to CECH Office of Inclusive Excellence Programming

Diversity Research Day 2023


To highlight diversity of thought in CECH undergraduate and graduate research for various populations and systems. Research can include, but is not limited to, cultural studies, LGBTQIA+ topics, social justice issues, intersectionality work, international subject matter, mental health topics, racial and ethnic themes, interdisciplinary work, spirituality practices, etc. Works in progress will be considered. 

  • Participants have the option to complete a 10 minute oral presentation (virtually), create and display a research poster, or both.
  • Oral presentations will be given during the synchronous portion of the event and poster presentations will be available in an asynchronous format. 
  • Even though the event is virtual, posters will be printed through the CECH Library for use at future research presentations. 
  • Library and literature search support available from your CECH Library

When and where:

  • Wednesday March 29, 2023, 11:00am - 1:30pm
  •  Virtual Event via Zoom (link will be shared at a later date). Posters will be available in person to view in Annie Laws, 407 on the event day.

Who should submit a proposal:

Important dates:

  • Submissions due: Thursday, February 9, 2023
  • Notification of acceptance: Thursday, February 16, 2023

Other important info:

  • Present your work for discussion and feedback from students, staff, and faculty members
  • Works in progress welcome
  • Event registration details will be forthcoming
  • Questions? Email the Office for Inclusive Excellence at

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