Housing & Residential Education has enhanced its physical infrastructure, staffing, policies and protocols.
“I did not fully grasp the impact of the injustices that my ancestors experienced until I was in my 20s. I loosely knew my Japanese-Australian grandmother and her family were interned during World War II. I knew she was a single mother, raising three children in post-war Australia and living below the poverty line. I knew my mother experienced racism in her home country. However, as the child of a white-American father and an immigrant, Japanese-Australian mother, I was shielded from much of this while growing up in a middle-class neighborhood.”
This semester, the Office of the Registrar began centralizing night classes in “neighborhoods.” These neighborhoods are aligned with campus transportation—SafeRide, shuttles and courtesy escorts—and night security patrols.
Learn more during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month about how a little common sense can go a long way in protecting your digital profiles.
When working around power tools, hand tools or shop equipment, being safe needs to be at the top of your list of accomplishments.
October is both SafeU Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Students, faculty and staff will have dozens of opportunities during the month to engage in safety awareness, education and training—from a student listening session on safety to workshops on diversity, bystander intervention and healthy relationships.
Things you can do to minimize the spread of influenza at the university.
In the event that a chemical spill takes place while working, follow these steps outlined by EHS.
Students with “U” parking permits may park in designated “A” lots after 3 p.m. This option enhances safety by allowing students to park in lots closer to main campus buildings during the evening.
President Watkins has designated October as SafeU Month, an opportunity for the entire campus to engage in safety awareness, education and training.