A Conversation with Oscar Dubón, UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor of Equity and Inclusion

April 5, 2018
A Conversation with Oscar Dubón, 
UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor of Equity and Inclusion

Monday, April 9, noon-1:00 pm

290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, UC Berkeley [map].


In this wide-ranging discussion, Oscar Dubón, Jr., Berkeley’s third Vice Chancellor for Equity and Inclusion, will discuss his vision and priorities for achieving greater equity and inclusion in science and engineering at UC Berkeley. Dubón, a campus materials science and engineering professor, most recently served as the associate dean of equity and inclusion in the campus’s College of Engineering and was awarded the 2016 Chancellor’s Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence and Equity. In a recent interview, Dubón said equity and inclusion is “part of UC Berkeley’s DNA.” The session will conclude with an open Q&A session.

Presented by the Coalition for Education and Outreach.


CEO events are ADA accessible. For disability accommodation requests and information, please contact Disability Access Services by phone at 510.643.6456 (voice) or 510.642.6376 (TTY), or by email at accessibility@berkeley.edu.

This presentation is sponsored by the Coalition for Education & Outreach (CEO). CEO is a community of 450+ science STEM educators, program administrators, faculty, and students. We are based at UC Berkeley, but our members hail from all over the Bay Area and beyond. Our mission is to further professional development, facilitate best practices, and encourage information exchange among STEM educators.