The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs plans, coordinates, and hosts interactive events to engage our campus community around the central themes of identity, culture, heritage, differences, justice, and service. Our cross-departmental and campus partnerships help us infuse a diversity of disciplines and expertise into our programs and events.

Spring 2021 Programming Poster

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(Un)Common Grounds:

Each semester, The Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs facilitates a monthly dialogue program designed to invite challenging and transformative conversations on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality, and disability. This space is an opportunity for participants to explore their own cultural identity, understand the experiences of others, critically examine social systems and actively work towards a more just world. Conversations are moderated by faculty, staff, and community leaders that are able to bring unique perspectives to each discussion.

Available Training

  • Antiracism
  • Implicit Bias
  • Microaggressions
  • Cultural Stereotypes
  • Diversity in Strengths
  • Safe Zone

 

Cultural Awareness and History Months
Hispanic/LatinX HeritageSeptember 15th-October 15th
Accessibility Awareness and LGBTQ+ HistoryOctober
Native American Heritage and First Generation CelebrationNovember
Black HistoryFebruary
Women's HistoryMarch
Asian/Pacific IslanderApril