Atkins Library will host its first university-wide book club on Thursday, January 30th. The event will take place in the Halton
Room. The Atkins Library book club will focus on diversity and cultural topics to spark conversations around inclusivity, equity,
and awareness of human differences embedded in our society and culture. Originally part of the Atkins Library Self-Selected Group Development, this book club will be open to all faculty, staff, and students, an initiative recommended by the Provost. The Atkins
Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee is sponsoring this event, but welcomes participation from faculty, staff, and students across campus to lead book discussions and to make book recommendations.
Thanks to Ryan Harris, Head of Research & Instructional Services, for facilitating the first book
discussion. The selected book for January is The person you mean to be: how good people fight bias by Dolly Chugh.