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A month-long virtual series celebrating Hopkins' commitment to diversity and inclusion

Hopkins INclusive is a four-week virtual series that will introduce what diversity, equity, and inclusion means at Hopkins and how it enhances the academic and social experience on our campus.

These sessions will show the various ways we support and celebrate our students’ identities. You’ll also learn how our commitment to embracing intersectionality empowers students to use their unique experiences and perspectives to enact change on campus and within our local community. 

Program Schedule

Welcome Event hosted by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion
Wednesday, September 21 at 7 p.m. EDT 

Kick off the Hopkins Inclusive experience by hearing from leaders of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion about how students find community and support through various departments here on campus. 



The First-Generation and Limited Income Experience with the Center for Student Success
Thursday, September 22 at 7 p.m. EDT 

Learn more about the first-generation and limited income network at Hopkins through our current students and leaders from the Center for Student Success.  



Building an Inclusive Community through an Intersectional Lens & Intentional Leadership
Facilitated by Kwame Phillips
Wednesday, September 28 at 7 p.m. EDT

This workshop will explore the intersectional social identities of self and others. With a deeper understanding and exploration of intersectionality and its best practices, students develop an intentional approach and a strong leadership foundation that values and promotes belonging and inclusion.



Finding the Scientist Within: Exploring Your Science Identity
Facilitated by Dr. Charles Lu
Wednesday, September 28 at 8 p.m. EDT

Research has shown that students’ views of themselves as scientists or “science people” evolve substantially during their college experience. Moreover, the first year is a pivotal year for students to develop strong science identities. In this mini workshop, students will learn the major components of science identity, including how it is influenced by faculty, staff, peers, and family. In addition, we will discuss how these components interact with other parts of your identity (e.g., religion, gender, race, etc.).



Designing Professionalism in the Workplace
Facilitated by Clifton Shambry
Thursday, September 29 at 6 p.m. EDT

Do you fit what people might define as professional? Have you thought, how can I be my best self in the workplace and still be professional – especially as an underrepresented person? We will chat about the social constructs of professionalism and leave with our own definitions of professionalism to use to move forward in our own lives.



Who Succeeds in College?: Tapping into Your Identities to Create Your Success Strategy
Facilitated by Joseph Colon
Thursday, September 29 at 7 p.m. EDT

Understanding that you come equipped to be successful at college through your experiences and identities will be the focus of this interactive introspection and guidance through your analysis about messaging we receive and how we can break the cycle of deficiency thinking. This workshop will dive into current trends and how successful students frame and re-frame systems to ensure their journey is rewarding. We will identify the anti-deficit achievement model and define how it can be used to combat self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and a lack of belonging. We will provide tools to give you an understanding of challenging thought systems about who you are and who you are not.



Hopkins & LGBTQIA+ History: An Interactive Timeline
Facilitated by Dr. Abbey Nawrocki
Thursday, September 29 at 8 p.m. EDT

The LGBTQIA+ community and their allies are often alienated from much of their history because it is not taught in schools. In this mini workshop, students will do an interactive activity designed to engage them as they learn more about LGBTQIA+ history in the U.S. and here at Hopkins. Students will also reflect on the importance of knowing LGBTQIA+ history as Hopkins continues to promote LGBTQIA+ inclusion for students across campus



Student Leadership Panel Series
Monday, October 3 to Thursday, October 6 at 7 p.m. EDT

  • Pre-Professional & Cultural Groups – Monday, October 3 
  • Sports & Greek Life – Tuesday, October 4 
  • Community Service & Advocacy – Thursday, October 6 

Hear from some of our student leaders on how students find community through our campus clubs and organizations and making a lasting impact through their involvement.  



October 11-14 at 6 p.m. EDT 

Connect with current students in a small group to learn more about their student experience at Hopkins. 

Registration will open in early October!