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completion of this workshop, the participants shall improve their leadership
skills by being able to:
Presenter: Dr. Erick Lauber, Professor, Journalism and
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This event will spark a dialogue about voting and politics and how they impact minority communities in America. This session will provide students a chance to engage in meaningful dialogues regarding political parties, racial tensions, policies, and society.
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Join MCSLE every Friday night to hang out, play games, and relax with friends!
Panelists will address the long, complicated, and expensive journey that is immigrating to the US legally. They will speak of their experiences in migrating to the US via different forms of immigration: green card through a family member, becoming a US citizen, or one of the numerous types of visas. The panel will address some of these types of visas, and how each panelist migrated to the US. Our speakers will include an immigration lawyer and immigrants from Canada, Iraq, Nepal, and other countries.
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111 Elkin Hall
Join us on Tuesdays for our Adulting 101: Queer Conversations Workshop Series. Topics are as follows:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom links. All events sponsored by LGBTQIA Support, Pride Alliance, and Queer Colors.
Elkin Hall Great Room
Learn about the connection and the long history of those that
served in the military and then entered political careers. The program will
finish with a look at four current prominent veterans who have served the country
in both the military and political arenas.
Seating is limited. RSVP with Julie at email@example.com by 4pm, on 10/30/20 to reserve a seat and lunch.
Julene Pinto-Dyczewski, Training and Leadership Development Specialist - OHRLD
Part of the Fall 2020 series The Elephant in the Room: Conversation and Action for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity in the Classroom and Beyond. Register via Zoom.
Completion of 4 events over the academic year earns a Certificate of Training in Diversity and Inclusion.
Organized by IUP’s Women’s and Gender Studies & The Social Equity and Title IX Office.
Join MCSLE and some of IUP's multicultural student organizations on Thursday afternoons for discussions on various topics related to diversity and inclusion.
“The veterans of our military services have put their lives on the line to protect the freedoms that we enjoy. They have dedicated their lives to their country and deserve recognition for their commitment.”—Judd Gregg
In honor of Veterans Day, join
us for this program to honor those who have served and are currently serving our nation.
This program series opens the door for Black and Brown populations to have an opportunity to discuss and voice their concerns to the university and have meaningful dialogue about solutions.
Native American Heritage Month, offers many
opportunities to move past the one-dimensional representations of Native
Americans. Stories told about the first Thanksgiving often perpetuate harmful
racism. It is important to set the record straight, acknowledge
Native Peoples, debunk myths, and show Native Americans as contemporary people
with dynamic thriving cultures who have profoundly impacted our current food
system. Decolonize your Thanksgiving and make it an opportunity
to go beyond the harmful “pilgrims and Indians” narrative
and focus on common values: generosity, gratitude, community,
and good food.
Presenter: Kevin Foster, Assistant Director, Center for
Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement