Events

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Monday, November 11, 2019

6:00 Series: Honoring Veterans Day

HUB Ohio Room

In honor of Veterans Day, join us for this program to honor those who have served and are currently serving our nation.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

MASS Lunch & Learn with The Native American Awareness Council

Elkin Hall Great Room

Sustaining Balance in the Fast-Changing World of Nádleehí-Carrie House, a Two-Spirit Navajo (Diné) and Oneida filmmaker has a diverse background from firefighting to teaching and implementing riparian restoration projects on her ancestral homeland on the Navajo Nation.  House is a writer and contributor in several publications, including Two-Spirit People: Native American Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Spirituality. House studied at the University of Montana, the University of New Mexico and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. House is a presenter of social justice issues, LGBTQ2, and cultural and environmental issues. House is a co-founder of the Gallup Film Foundation and has screened films at Boston LGBT Film Festival, Queer Woman of Color Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival, and the Native American Indigenous Studies Association Symposium.

 Attendance Vouchers and Lunch Provided


Executive Leaders Series: Week 5 - Citizenship and Diversity

Elkin Hall Great Room

Upon completion of this workshop, the participants shall improve their leadership skills by being able to:

  • Articulate the advantages and impact of a diverse society
  • Identify systematic barriers to equality and inclusiveness, then advocate and justify means for dismantling them
  • Understand one’s own identity and culture  

Presenter: Diversity Peer Educators

Adulting 101 Queer Conversations: Behind the Uniform, Military & Veterans

Folger Hall Private Dining Room

Monday, November 18, 2019

Known for her representation as Brendan Dassey’s lawyer in the Netflix series Making a Murderer and Damien Echols of the notorious West Memphis Three case, Laura Nirider is the co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions. Nearly a quarter of all wrongful convictions involve individuals who falsely confessed to crimes they didn’t commit.

Nirider introduces her audience to this fascinating psychological phenomenon and uses stories of real-life murder interrogations to explain how commonly used interrogation tactics can cause not only the guilty, but also the  innocent, to confess. She blows up common myths about the justice system and explains why children are particularly likely to falsely confess to crimes they didn’t commit. Along the way, she will share her inspirational personal story of professional dream-chasing.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Adulting 101 Queer Conversations: What is? Gay Jeopardy!

Folger Hall Private Dining Room

Thursday, November 21, 2019

End of the semester getting you down? Is your mind overwhelmed by projects, papers, and prepping for exams? Stop by the Great Room in Elkin Hall on Thursday, November 21st to enjoy a restorative cup of tea and engaging conversation!  Come try Arabic tea and dates while resting your brain. 

Unsure about trying a new culture's traditional tea? Bring some of your own to drink and share!


Monday, December 2, 2019

6:00 Series: World AIDS Day: Living with HIV

HUB Ohio Room

Join Health and Wellness Promotion and learn about HIV and AIDS as we raise awareness of World AIDS Day.

The program will include a special guest speaker who will discuss how living with HIV has affected his life.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Adulting 101 Queer Conversations: End of the Year Celebration

Folger Hall Private Dining Room

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Dear Graduating Student,
Multicultural Affairs and Student Success (MASS) is excited to host “Winter Celebration: A Kwanzaa-Themed Pre-Commencement Ceremony and Awards Event” to recognize the successes of our diverse and multicultural graduating students from IUP. This free event will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at 1:00 p.m., in the Great Room of Elkin Hall (The Multicultural Center). For further information, please contact MASS at 724-357-2598, or stop by the Center,128 Elkin Hall.

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