Each spring, IDEA proudly hosts presentations from past Multicultural Award Recipients.* These symposia showcase the research they conducted through this grant.
In 2018, we introduced Ignite Talks, a rapid and engaging style of presentation consisting primarily of image slides to tell the story. Following the presentations, the audience joins the presenters for a deeper conversation about the research, over lunch.
Diversity Through the Disciplines Symposium
Please note that this event has been rescheduled for fall 2020. We will announce the fall date soon.
*If you are an MRA recipient who has not presented on your research, please contact the Institute for Diversity, Equity, and Advocacy to make arrangements to present: firstname.lastname@example.org
Below are presentations from the past three years. Prior presentations are listed here.
Gabriel Chan, Assistant Professor, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Issue Linkage in the Climate Regime: Gender Policies in Climate Finance
Shannon Walsh, Assistant Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts, UMN Duluth
Engendering State Institutions: State Response to Violence against Women in Latin America
Michael Stebleton, Associate Professor, Organizational Leadership, Policy,
and Development, College of Education and Development
Food for Thought: The Experiences of Food Insecure Undergraduates
Christopher Terry, Assistant Professor, Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of
Hatching Some Empirical Evidence: Minority Ownership Policy and the FCC’s Incubator Program
Molly Dingel, Associate Professor, and Gemma Punti, Assistant Professor,
Civic Engagement Education Center for Learning Innovation, UMN Rochester
Students’ perceptions of diversity: A longitudinal study