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Game of Life: World of Privilege, Poverty and Inequality Simulation: This interactive simulation gives its participants an opportunity to take a walk in the shoes of individuals who may be very different then themselves. This simulation focuses on issues of racial, gender, ethnic, ability, socioeconomic and sexual identity inequities that exist within our society.

The next Game of Life simulation will be held: Jan. 29, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. in 310AB Kent Student Center.

MyLink: A connection and resource program focused on linking incoming freshmen and sophomores in the college with one another. The goal of this program is to provide each student with at least one peer to encourage and assist them during their journey at the college, more specifically within EHHS.

Network of Diverse Educators Program (NDEP): The network provides future teachers a wealth of support building connections and providing an in-depth focus on advanced study preparation.

DEI Advocates w/EHHS: This is an initiative to support the needs of students attending Kent State. Not a mentoring program, the DEI Advocates Program seeks to give students a personalized university experience by connecting them with knowledgeable faculty and staff who will assist them through periodic contact in achieving personal, academic and social success at Kent State. This program is in conjunction with the Division of Diversity and Equity and Inclusion. 

Oscar Ritchie Scholars Support: This is an initiative to support the needs of students attending Kent State. Not a mentoring program, the DEI Advocates Program seeks to give students a personalized university experience by connecting them with knowledgeable faculty and staff who will assist them through periodic contact in achieving personal, academic and social success at Kent State. This program is in conjunction with the Division of Diversity and Equity and Inclusion. 

Push to the Finish: This is a four week academic support program to assist students in adjusting the tools in their academic tool build. In this program, students will be able to assess their academic skills and needs and receive individualized support from peers and professionals in the four meetings per month. Four week period concludes, the participants will be required to provide updates to their support coach every two weeks on their progress toward reaching their personal goals.