Diversity Awareness Programming (DAP)

Diversity Awareness Programming Board (DAP)

The Diversity Awareness Programming Board (DAP) is a student led group under the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. The mission of DAP is to provide opportunities for Radford University students to learn, engage and connect through educational, cultural and social programs and events that bring awareness to diversity and inclusion and social justice issues.

Supported through Student Activity Fees and administered entirely by students, the Diversity Awareness Programming Board is open to all Radford University students. Becoming a member of DAP will afford one the opportunity to expand their interests and abilities, and engage with the student body in important and meaningful ways. The Diversity Awareness Programming Board is always looking for new members to bring fresh ideas to the table and new perspectives on existing programming. There are a variety of leadership opportunities available within the organization.

For more information, please contact them directly at dap@radford.edu.

Follow DAP on Social Media

Twitter: RU_DAP

Instagram: RadfordDAP

RUInvolved: DAP on RUInvolved

A Sample of DAP Sponsored Events:

  • Social Justice Week
  • In Living Color Late Night Party
  • Black History Month Dinner
  • Vagina Monologues
  • Black & White Party
  • Distinguished Speaker Angelica Ross
  • Coming Out Day informational table
  • Cultural Excursions to Washington, DC, New York City, Cincinnati. Ohio and more
  • Open Mic Night
  • Concerts: Shy Glizzy, Wale, Rico Nasty, and more
  • MLK Distinguished Speakers: Ilyasah Shabazz, Marc Lamont Hill and more
  • Hispanic Heritage Month Dinner

Previous General Body Meeting Topics:

  • Surviving College
  • Colonization & Native Americans: A Discussion on the Effects
  • What’s On Your Mind: A Community Discussion on African American Men & Mental Health
  • US Military Transgender Ban
  • A Year After Charlottesville: The Feared Race
  • Managing Funds: Budgeting Advice – Balling on a College Budget
  • Uncensored: The Birds and The Bees