Theme: Navigating the New Normal: The Diversity Edition
Dates: November 9th-13th, 2020

Each year KSU's Cultural and Community Centers (CCC) sponsors a university-wide Diversity Week - formerly known as the Student Diversity Conference - highlighting a theme to guide this multi-day celebration of diversity. This year’s theme is "Navigating the New Normal: The Diversity Edition". The #DW20 is focused on celebrating diversity, inclusion, and enhancing the cultural competence of KSU students. Topics and programs will explore meaningful ways of coming together and celebrating one another in a new era of functioning, driven by major leaps in technological use, health and wellness, and intentional conversations on diverse experiences.

Diversity Fair

Sign up to represent your RSO/Department and the resources it provides, and/or why students should get involved! Sign Up by Thursday, October 29th, 2020! Each Diversity Fair will take place 1:00pm-3:00pm on each campus. 

Social Distancing Guidelines:

  • We are able to accommodate no more than two (2) representatives per RSO/Department at any one time.
  • Please adhere to social distancing guidelines, and we recommend that you wear a face covering at all times while representing your RSO/Department at the Diversity Fair.
  • If you are planning on having giveaway items at your table, we recommend that they are individually-packaged.

Please note that space is limited. Reservations will be granted on a first come, first served basis.

Call for Artwork

We will be kicking off #DW20 with a visual arts exhibit in the Carmichael Student Center Rotunda. If you would like to create an art piece (or submit an existing one), related to this year's theme "Navigating the New Normal: The Diversity Edition", and would like for us to include it in the #DW20 Visual Arts Kickoff Exhibit, please complete the form below no later than Sunday, October 25th. Animation and Digital Art submissions, if selected, will be exhibited on this webpage.

Please note: Art pieces do not have to be finished in order to complete the form, but they must be completed on or before Sunday, November 1st.

Art media could include, but are not limited to:

  • Drawing/Painting, Sculpture, Ceramic Art, Photography, Print (2D and 3D), Architectural Design, Animation, Digital Art, etc.

The possibilities are endless! We look forward to receiving your art piece submissions!

Diversity Week Schedule of Events

DW20 Full Schedule