For the first time ever a UU boat joined the Utrecht Canal Pride 2018.
Vereniging Montium organizes a two-day symposium on the status of the Yazidis in the Middle East.
The first pilot year started in 2017 and was brought to a festive conclusion on May 30, 2018.
Students of the Young Innovators Programme aim to bring InclUUsion to other universities through videos.
Starting in the academic year 2018-2019, Platform Onbeperkt Studeren offers a buddy program for disabled students so they can exchange their experiences.
By developing knowledge clips teachers are offered practice-oriented tools to facilitate Utrecht's diverse student population.
The symposium's goals consist of enlarging the cultural sensitivity of bachelor and master students and raising awareness for different forms of diversity.
Students hold important knowledge regarding diversity. This conference offers them a space to discuss their experiences and ideas, so they can expand their network and feel meer at home at Utrecht University.
This extracurricular course strives to increase the knowledge of healthcare professionals regarding a variety of groups on both a theoretical and a practical level .
During this diner non-Dutch speaking Utrechters meet employees and students of Utrecht University.
The PhD Council of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance organizes this conference to create awareness and provide students and employees with concrete tools.
A number of teams compete against one another during the annual soccer competition of the Faculty of Humanities.
The knowledge clips invite prospective students from underrepresented backgrounds to (also) consider studies in the field of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
The Young Women of Geosciences network organizes a symposium on 3 September 2019 to contribute to the discussion about diversity and inclusion.