DEI Events

Celebrating Cockrell's Black Excellence

TIn celebration of Black History Month, join us as we hear from some of our top Texas Engineering Black alumni as they share about their experiences as students, how they have navigated unique challenges in their careers and how they are promoting lasting change in society.

"Picture a Scientist" Movie Screening and Panel Discussion

The Cockrell School of Engineering is collaborating with the College of Natural Sciences, the College of Pharmacy and the Jackson School of Geosciences to offer special screenings of the recently released "Picture a Scientist" documentary, accompanied by a panel discussion that will include, among others, Nancy Hopkins, MIT Professor Emerita, and one of the women whose story is told in the movie.

Fall 2020 Inclusive Teaching and Learning Symposium

The sixth biannual Inclusive Teaching and Learning Symposium will take place October 27 and 29. This event will include interactive workshops that feature the expertise and experiences of UT instructors and staff, and gives instructors of all levels and types actionable takeaways that can be applied in their learning spaces.

Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights: Still Hidden Figures: Black Women in the Workplace

On November 5, UT's Division of Diversity and Community Engagement VP Dr. Leonard Moore will have a conversation with Yamiche Alcindor, PBS political correspondent, about her career and challenges covering the White House.

Seminar with Tyrone Porter: Cultural Tax: The Cost of Being the Only or the Few

In this October 21 seminar, Cockrell School professor of biomedical engineering Tyrone Porter offered his best prescription for confronting what can often be a silent burden and putting a stop to the cultural tax many pay.

Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration Events

The Cockrell School's Cultural Awareness Committee celebrated Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month with several events and activities between September 15 and October 15.

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