Author Archive | Inclusive Dubuque
BY: BEN JACOBSON Inadequate mental health services for children was among the topics discussed Wednesday during a community dialogue session in Dubuque. Read full article
Joe Coe, corporate director for diversity at Boyd Gaming At Boyd Gaming (Diamond Jo Casino), we are proud of our long-standing reputation as a champion of diversity and it would not be possible without everyone’s inclusion and support. Together we have embraced diversity as a core concept of our company’s philosophy and as we grow […]
The MFC brings people of diverse backgrounds together to celebrate, learn from each other, and build meaningful relationships, while subsequently reducing prejudice, implicit and explicit biases, and fear of the unknown.
BY: BEN JACOBSON Organizers believe a community-wide equity initiative could help address a looming workforce shortage, often cited by Dubuque business leaders as the primary hurdle to economic development. Read full article
Susan Taylor is a family life specialist at Iowa State University Extension and Outreach – Dubuque County. She can be reached at 563.583.6496 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Iowa is a “greying” state with 41.2% of Dubuque County’s population age 45 and older, according to the 2000 census. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach – Dubuque County […]
Mishereen Ellis, director of multicultural student engagement at University of Dubuque February 9-13, 2015 will mark the third annual African Heritage Week at the University of Dubuque. The week-long cultural experience, sponsored by the University’s Office of Multicultural Student Engagement, will showcase the history, experiences, and culture throughout the African diaspora.