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  • You Belong Here

    The "You Belong Here" initiative supports a culture where every member of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources feels valued, supported and inspired.


  • Ep. 38: Land Acknowledgement with Emily Proctor

    Published on April 21, 2021
    In this podcast Kayleigh Hauri and Zsofia Szendrei, both from the Department of Entomology, talked to Emily Proctor from MSU Extension about her role in connecting MSU with MI Indigenous People. We also talked about her life growing up, her perception of the Land Acknowledgement and how to recruit indigenous students.

  • Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion creates and maintains an accessible, inclusive and supportive community for all who learn, work and teach in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU Extension and AgBioResearch.

  • Connections: Reflecting on Belonging

    Published on August 31, 2020
    The Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion reflects of connections and belonging in the fall 2020 newsletter.

  • Dec 7

    Supporting Indigenous Students in STEAM Fields Panel

    December 7, 2021 12:00PM – 1:30PM Zoom Panel: Online

    This Panel event features Alexa Oldman-Showmin, Gabriel Gurule and Amanda Ziminski. All three are students at Michigan State University.

  • Jan 18

    ODEI First Tuesday: Featuring Christián Henry from Michigan State University

    January 18, 2022 4:30 - 5:30 pm Online

    The January ODEI First Tuesday event features Christián Henry, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Forestry at Michigan State University.

  • Sep 21

    2021 ODEI Welcome Reception

    September 21, 2021 4:00PM – 6:00PM MSU Benefactors Plaza on campus

    At the beginning of each fall semester, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion holds a welcome event. It's a chance to meet the staff, as well as connect with others in the college.

  • Feb 2

    MSU Diversity Career Fair 2022

    February 2, 2022 3:00PM – 6:00PM Online

    The MSU Diversity Career Fair will be held virtually on Feb. 2. Students can register through MSU Handshake.

  • Titus Awokuse reflects on Clifton R. Wharton’s legacy

    Published on February 24, 2020

    Former Michigan State University President Clifton R. Wharton was the first black president of a major U.S. university. Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics Chair Titus Awokuse reflects on Wharton’s example of leadership.

  • It's Time for a Carlsberg

    Created by Carlsberg to discuss assumptions and first impressions when meeting someone.

  • Talesha Dokes reflects on Myrtle Craig Mowbray's legacy

    Published on February 10, 2020

    Myrtle Craig Mowbray was the first African American woman to graduate from Michigan Agricultural College in 1907. Talesha Dokes, the first African American woman to earn a doctorate degree in fisheries and wildlife from Michigan State University, reflects on that legacy.

  • The Talk

    Published on June 11, 2020

    Created by Proctor & Gamble, “The Talk” highlights the painful, but necessary conversations Black parents have with their children to help prepare them for prejudices they may face growing up in a society that judges them based on the color of their skin.

  • Kimberly Carr reflects on Mabel Jewell Lucas' legacy

    Published on February 13, 2020

    Mabel Jewell Lucas was one of the first African American women to earn a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from MAC in 1927. Kimberly Carr reflects in that legacy and her work in the MSU Center for Regional Food System as a food sovereignty and racial equity post-doctoral research associate.

  • Talesha Dokes, Ph.D., reflects on Myrtle Craig Mowbray

    Published on February 7, 2020

    Talesha Dokes, Ph.D., was the first African American woman to earn a doctorate degree in fisheries and wildlife from Michigan State University. Dokes reflects on Myrtle Craig Mowbray's contributions as the first African American woman to graduate from Michigan Agricultural College in 1907.

  • MSU crop and soil sciences student Rachel Drobnak plays the carillon in MSU Beaumont Tower

    Published on December 7, 2021

    MSU student Rachel Drobnak combines her interests by studying crop and soil sciences and playing the carillon in Beaumont Tower.

  • Ciasha Hickerson reflects on Clarence Banks’ legacy

    Published on March 13, 2020

    Clarence Banks majored in dairy science and received his bachelor’s of science degree in 1926 from Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science. Ciasha Hickerson follows in his footsteps majoring in animal science.

  • Reciprocal Research: A Guidebook to Centering Community in Partnerships with Indigenous Nations

    Published on April 22, 2021
    Reciprocal Research: A Guidebook to Centering Community in Partnerships with Indigenous Nations provides potential scenarios and thought-provoking activities to support researchers in developing and maintaining robust partnerships.

  • Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) DEI Communication Tips

    Published on March 30, 2020
    The CANR Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion developed some novel coronavirus (COVID-19) communication tips to share with the MSU community to help foster understanding and inclusion.

  • Honoring the Whole Student: Developing Space for Native American Students in STEM by Supporting Complex Identities

    Published on April 30, 2020
    The Honoring the Whole Student workbook provides STEM faculty the support and tools needed to reflect on their instructional, mentorship, and teaching practices—individually or within a community of learners.

  • MSU grad shares how the Class of 2021 is poised to make an impact

    Published on May 3, 2021
    CANR Outstanding Student Leadership awardee, Ashley Prince, talks to undergrads about resilience, empowerment and growth to help change the world for the better.

  • A message of encouragement and empathy to the CANR community

    Published on March 24, 2020
    Quentin Tyler, CANR associate dean and director for diversity, equity and inclusion, encourages building community and advocating for each other during these challenging times.