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ODI Scholars and Diversity in STEM are programs to assist first year students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.
B.A.D. is peer education program that facilitates dialogue within the campus community about personal and social identity, diversity and strategies to become agents of social change.
A welcome back mixer is hosted each year for first year students from ethnic and racially diverse backgrounds.
ODI plans celebrations and educational events for Hispanic Heritage Month and Black History Month.
The Tunnel of Oppression is an interactive, tour guided event that creatively highlights contemporary issues of oppression.
ODI honors graduating seniors from racial and ethnically divers backgrounds each spring.
A week of educational events honor Bradley's first African American professor.
Circle of Brotherhood is a weekly meeting that provides men an opportunity to discuss current events that impact their lives.
ODI plans programs and workshops for first generation college students. A first generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s) or guardian(s) did not complete a 4-year degree.