The Diversity Lecture Series is intended to give insight and understanding of multicultural issues to the University of Pennsylvania. The series is designed to introduce an essential component of education in helping to encourage civil debate, broaden the basis for critical thought and promote cultural understanding.

November 29, 2018

World AIDS Day at Penn
Date: November 29, 2018
Time: 1:00-3:00 pm
Location: Charles Adams Fine Arts Hall Courtyard, 200 South 36th Street, Philadelphia

A Day With Art: Respect for Health
Featuring two participative Love/Live art displays created by Penn Fine Arts students that raise awareness about people living with HIV/AIDS in our local communities, and that can help us all think about the issues around people living with HIV and the health and equality they deserve.

Registration is free and open to the public



Here at University of Pennsylvania, we realize that our educational offerings and workshops are fundamental to maintaining an environment free from discriminatory harassment and retaliation. Managers, supervisors, faculty, deans, directors, and department heads are partners with our theme in ensuring that their employees are informed of the University’s policies prohibiting discrimination, harassment and retaliation. The Office of Student Affairs is the resource for providing this information to the student body.

The Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs (OAA/EOP) is responsible for providing educational training programs to assist members of the University community in understanding discrimination, harassment and retaliation. In addition we offer information on how to address behaviors that violate University policies, and how to be proactive in creating a respectful and productive work environment.

Below is a list of training sessions offered by our office. Please select the title to download further information on the training (PDFs.)

Each of these trainings can be tailored to meet the needs of your department. To request a training session, please contact OAA/EOP at (215) 898-6993 or by email at Office of Affirmation Action and Equal Opportunity Programs.