Inclusion Inventory

Many different activities, courses, and programs contribute to our commitment to cultivate a diverse and inclusive campus environment. 

The Inclusion Inventory is designed to tell the collective story about how we strive to live according to our community values, one of which reminds us to foster a welcoming environment for all members of our community. In place of a printed report updated just once per year, the Inclusion Inventory page of the website provides an ongoing look at inclusion activities throughout the year.

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Welcome Home: A Historic Partnership


Welcome Home

">On April 12, our community solidified its connection with the Delaware Tribe of Indians alongside the Perkiomen Valley School District in a historic Welcome Home event.

Beloved Community Awards Presented


Personal and Professional Development Opportunity “A Long Talk”


Campus Fair and Lightning Talks Raise Awareness for Hidden Disabilities


Inclusion and Equity Awards Presented Tuesday, April 26

">Assistant Professor of Biology Jennifer King, Assistant Director of Residence Life Michael Thompkins, and Sophie Louis ’24, receives the annual Inclusion and Equity Awards. The presentation took place during the Spring Awards event in the Myrin Library Lounge on Tuesday, April 26. The celebratory event also included the All Campus Awards, Faculty Publication Party, and the annual Beardwood Toast. 

Berman Museum to Host Conversation with Guggenheim Fellows and Photographers Donald E. Camp, Ron Tarver, Wendel A. White and William E. Williams


College Shares Land Acknowledgement Statement


Banning Maus: Censorship in the 21st Century


Division Announcement


Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with a Weeklong Celebration


Championing Digital Equity


MLK Week 2022 to Feature the return of Lightning Talks and the Film 42


Performer in Transition


Partnership with Delaware Tribe of Indians Moves Forward


“Dual Pandemic” Discussion Group Addresses COVID-19 and Inequity


What Matters to Us: An Inclusive Community


Early North America: Lori Daggar Assistant Professor of History


Inventory on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Activist Rev. James Lawson Brings Message of Nonviolence to Virtual Event


Faculty and Staff Share Ways to Support LGBTQ+ Community During Pride Week


Ursinus Vigil to Mark National Day of Mourning


Virtual Community Conference Explores Invisible Barriers


Neuroscience Major Starts oSTEM Chapter at Ursinus to Support LGBTQ Students


Ursinus Ranked No. 2 on List of Best Colleges for Financial Aid in Pennsylvania


Latinx and LGBTQ+ Communities Are Focus of Newest Inclusive Community Fellowships