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For non-English speakers, a lack of signs representing their native language could prevent residents from coming to downtown Eugene. But a UO Spanish linguistics class looked at ways to make downtown signs more inclusive.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in 60 children are autistic. In Eugene, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts is working to help those with sensory needs.

Meeting Date: Friday April 11, 2014

Air Date: Monday April 14, 2014

Diversity is central to the academic mission of the university. The meaning of diversity and how to makes it meaningful in the lives of UO students, faculty, and staff are the focus of the presentation by Alex-Assensoh. The UO has long been known as a place where talent is identified and nurtured. Programs and policies instituted by the Equity and Inclusion office are designed to create a more welcoming environment for all members of the community.