CODRE Spotlight News & Events

Upcoming Events

AAPI Heritage Week April 10 -15

The AAPI has several coming events, attend as many as you can to support the AAPI community.

April 7, Vietnamese Student Association; 10th Annual Culture Show

April 10, Panel Discussion; Mental Health Across AAPI Generations

April 13 AAPI Heritage Week Keynote Event; Dr Evelyn Hu-DeHart

April 14 Crane House Young Professionals Spring Recruitment

April 15 Asian Pacific Student Union (ASPU) Student Gala

April 18 Cultural Conexiones; Crafting with Korean Fiber International Moonhe Baik


General Body Meeting
April 13, 2022, noon to 1 p.m.,
Location Hybrid - (details to come soon)

Followed by Commissioners only meeting
April 13, 2022, 1-2 p.m.,
Location Hybrid 
- (details to come soon)


CODRE Campus-Wide Listening Session: As a campus community how can we support the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion? 

Let’s Talk!! The Commission on Diversity and Racial Equity (CODRE) wants to hear from the UofL Campus Community! CODRE is hosting Campus-wide Listening Sessions to provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to engage in discussion on topics relevant to diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.

The Spring 2023 listening sessions will be held via TEAMS on February 23, March 23, and April 27.  Each session will focus on a discussion topic; however, these sessions are also intended to be opportunities for the campus community to raise any issues or topics. 

Registered participants will receive a link to the session.

We look forward to hearing your voices.

News to share

Congratulations to Commissioner Cherie Dawson-Edwards

She has been appointed vice provost for faculty affairs. An email was sent out from the Interim President Jan. 25 announcing her appointment. You may read the email here.

Experiences of Marginalized and Underrepresented Students in the time of COVID-19
MicroSoft Stream Video link 

New gender neutral restroom on the second floor of Ekstrom Library’s 24-hour side

In the interest of promoting an inclusive campus and in accordance with EEOC rulings*, OSHA guidelines**, and ADA requirements, the members of the Council of Academic Officers establish the following aspirational goal: All campus facilities should include accessible and inclusive restrooms.

Past Sponsored CODRE Events

African American Music Heritage Institute 

African Student Union - African Night: Celebrating Ancient Dynasties

American International Relations Club International Banquet

Breonna Taylor Memorial Walk

Business Affairs Pathway’s Leadership Conference

C.O.N.E.C.T. Peer Mentoring Program African American Recognition Reception

Delta Sigma Theta Men of DiSTinction Scholarship Pageant

Disability Resource Center - iCount

Empowering Ladies Together Annual Women's Empowerment Dinner

English Department and Ekstrom Library African American Read-In

Global Humanities Lecture Series

HSC Cultural Competency 

HSC Pride Week 

Indian Student Association - Jalsa

International Center Student & Scholars Welcome Reception

Latin American and Latino Studies (LALS)  Annual Heritage Lecture 

LGBT PINK! Drag Show

LGBT Center, PRIDE Week 

Louisville Day to Hack - Student Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery

Minority Pre-Health Symposium: Changing the Face of Healthcare

Multicultural Student Organization Leadership Summit 

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Diversity Banquet

National Society of Black Engineers Present Miss Black UofL 

National Society of Black Engineers Present NSBE Bazaar

Pathways Women's Leadership Conference

School of Music, African American Music Heritage Institute (AAMHI)

Transformation Tea

UofL Cultural Center Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK Day) 

UofL PEACC Program Take Back the Night

UofL Women's Center Transformation Tea 

Women’s Center Dr. Celeste Nichols Professional Development Award

Women's Center Empowerment Luncheon

Women's Center KY Women's Book Festival