March 10, 2016 at the Black Cultural Center: 3-4:30 PM. CRDI is co-hosting Dr. Alison Parker, who will give the Harriet Jacobs Lecture on Mary Church Terrell: suffragist, founding member of the NAACP, and the first president of the National Association of Colored Women’s Clubs.
April 4, 2016 at the Dauch Alumni Center: 11:30 AM-5 PM. CRDI is co-hosting the final Diversity and Inclusion Research Project Symposium.
Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion
Welcome to Purdue’s Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion (CRDI), based in the College of Liberal Arts! Unlike the many administrative bodies focused on managing diversity and inclusion in the University, this new research Center aims to support and highlight the excellent scholarly work on diversity and inclusion happening in Liberal Arts and across the University. Read more.
CRDI is committed to promoting and recognizing academic scholarship in the multiple facets of diversity and inclusion.
Grants and Awards
CRDI confers competitive research grants and awards to promote new research and celebrate completed research relating to diversity and inclusion.
CRDI has had hosted a series of lectures and symposia to explore the different dimensions of diversity and structures of inclusion.
CRDI is organized around a portfolio of nine interpenetrating themes. These themes guide CRDI events and research foci.