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March Toward Inclusion: Religious Diversity Lunch & Learn

Come celebrate Religious Diversity Week with us!

The College of A&S Office of Inclusive Excellence, in partnership with the Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures, will hold a Lunch & Learn event where students can engage in informative activities focused on religious diversity and receive UK swag while enjoying a free catered lunch! The Lunch and Learns are open to all A&S graduates and undergraduates, but do have a maximum capacity for student participants--so be sure to RSVP using the QR code or link below.

Lunch & Learn RSVP link: https://forms.office.com/r/KhVq5n5yqZ

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Gatton Student Center Room 331
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March Toward Inclusion: "Religious Diversity - What's My Name in Hebrew & Arabic?"

Come celebrate Religious Diversity Week with us!

The College of A&S Office of Inclusive Excellence, in partnership with the Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures, will hold a tabling event where students can pick up FREE swag, participate in the featured department's diversity activity, and sign-up for the corresponding Lunch and Learn event taught by a UK faculty member. 

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Gatton Student Center Table - Indoor Location 1
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Language Talk - Episode 23

 

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