Employee Networks (E-Nets), also known as Employee Resource Groups, and Employee Affinity
Groups, are voluntary employee-led groups whose memberships are typically based on
specific demographic groups. They are dedicated to a diverse and inclusive environment
that align with the mission, values, and goals of an organization (Welbourne, Rolf,
& Schlachter, 2015, 2017).
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The Inclusionary and Global Leadership Program is a six-week leadership course focused
on equipping participants with the foundational skills necessary to be inclusive leaders
in an increasingly diverse world. Our hope is that participants of this program take
the content learned and apply it to their specific spheres of influence here at the
University of Wyoming and beyond.
Learn more about American Studies
American studies is an interdisciplinary field emphasizing the integration of the
humanities, fine arts, and social sciences in the study of American experiences, past
and present. Our Program places special emphasis on studying American cultures through
course work, field experiences, and internships so that each student can apply academic
knowledge to real-life circumstances.
Learn more about African American Diaspora Studies
African American and Diaspora Studies (AADS) offers undergraduates an opportunity
to engage in an interdisciplinary examination of the history, culture, and life of
African Americans and the African diaspora from ancient times to the present day. AADS
is also directly tied to the African and African American community in Laramie, offering
a unique opportunity for interaction between the students who attend the university
and the community at large. Students who major or minor in AADSwill be prepared to
pursue careers in management, communication, non-profit organizations, education,
and politics, among other fields.
Learn more about Disability Studies Minor
The undergraduate minor in Disability Studies examines disability issues from multiple
lenses such as the nature, meanings, and consequences of disability from interrelated
social, historical, cultural, and political perspectives.
Learn more about Native American And Indigenous Studies
Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) offers an undergraduate major, undergraduate
minor, and a graduate minor. This interdisciplinary course of study examine the cultural,
social, economic, political, and educational systems of Native and Indigenous communities
Learn more about Gender and Women's studies
Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wyoming offers students an interdisciplinary
exploration of the issues of sex, gender and sexuality.
Learn more about Latina/o studies
The Latina/o Studies (LTST) department provides an expansive offering of courses designed
to train a new generation of scholars and professionals. Representing the largest
ethnic minority in the United States, Latina/o culture and is an important area of
investigation. As such, the reflections of unique local experiences, regional characteristics,
and national presence of the Latina/o identity is integrated into the program.