Living in Color’s vision is a community in which students of color have a space to feel welcomed and connected. The mission of Living in Color is to provide a community where students of color in the Honors Program can center their stories, receive support, and learn about resources.
Overarching goals for the program include providing a space for students of color to explore their identities and their intersections and exploring societal and institutional barriers related to identities and career paths.
In spring 2020, we covered topics including:
In February, we discussed redefining professionalism with Dr. Precious Porras. Our favorite takeaway from the event was that only you can give yourself the power to belong in a space.
Suggested resources on redefining professionalism:
In March, we hosted panel of graduate students of color to discuss imposter syndrome in academia. Our favorite takeaway from the event was that only you can decide your worth.
Suggested resources on imposter syndrome: