i3b Leadership Staff

UMBC is one of the most diverse campuses in the nation, and we value the richness that such diversity brings to campus life. The Initiatives for Identity, Inclusion & Belonging creates opportunities for students to build their awareness and knowledge of diverse people, cultures, and belief systems. Through facilitated discussions, informal gatherings, educational engagements, presentations, and campus-wide events, individual students, student organizations, and classes learn the skills to create inclusive, just and mutually respectful communities at UMBC and beyond.

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Co-Creating Our Community: From Attending to Planning

The Annual Lavender Celebration: A QPOC Perspective

This post was written by Carlos A. Turcios 15’, 17’ M.A. (he/him/his), Coordinator for Student Diversity and Inclusion. Carlos is also a Senator on the Professional Staff Senate and Treasurer of...

Posted: May 18, 2020, 12:01 PM

REPOST: Feel Stressed?

The latest Counseling Center post about managing stress

Check out the information below about the latest Counseling Center post about how to manage stress. For more information, please contact the Counseling Center directly.  -- Stress is a part of...

Posted: April 21, 2020, 7:32 PM

To all my 1st gen immigrant graduates of 2020,

It’s not fair and I get it.  Four plus years of hard work, perseverance, and navigation of one of the most expensive and treacherous systems in the US will seemingly go unrecognised. For better...

Posted: April 21, 2020, 1:00 PM

June is Pride Month!

Check out these events on and off campus to celebrate

Hello Campus Partners, Pride month is celebrated every year in June to give recognition to the LGBTQ+ community, their accomplishments, and their struggles. We celebrate in June to commemorate...

Posted: June 4, 2019, 2:14 PM

Did You Miss Our PAWTalk? Please Check It Out Below!

Check out our PAWTalk featuring Christina Irene

Thank you to those who were able to make our PAWTalk this semester a HUGE success! It was an honor to have Christina Irene share her personal story with our campus on invisible diabilities. ...

Posted: November 29, 2018, 10:04 AM