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Diversity Events

  • OCT
    20
    Diversity Peer Educator
    2:00 PM

    The DPE program and training offers students of many academic disciples, cultures, backgrounds, and interests an increased leadership credential in multicultural education. Participants engage in an immersive process on the foundations of multiculturalism, cultural competency, and social justice work, as well as application of learned skills to daily life experiences. The DPE program provides an opportunity for students to become active participants in ally-ship and to become part of a community of learners that support understanding, respect, and application for all people. Students are invited to apply each Fall semester

  • OCT
    21
    Diversity Peer Educator
    10:00 AM

    OMA's Diversity Peer Educator training

  • OCT
    23
    Panel Discussion: Why Southern Studies Matter Today
    3:30 PM

    Recent events in Charlottesville, Va., and controversy over Confederate statues have called on us to re-examine our histories and assumptions. Come learn about the multi-disciplinary field called Southern Studies, and how/why it matters everywhere, not just in the American South. Panel includes author Gina Caison, an assistant professor of English at Georgia State University where she teaches courses in American literature, southern literature, Native American literatures, and documentary practices; Elizabeth Herbin-Triant, assistant professor of History at UMass Lowell with particular interests in the South and African-American history; and author Anthony Szczesiul, professor of English at UMass Lowell, where he teaches American literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries, Southern literature, and American poetry. Free and open to public. Light refreshments.

  • OCT
    25
    Post-Racial Complexities: Islamophobia, Xenophobia, and Racism
    3:30 PM

    A talk on Islamophobia, Xenophobia, and Racism, followed by question and answer period.

  • NOV
    01
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness on hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in September and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.  Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Individuals who have been placed in Foster Care, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.  

  • NOV
    03
    OMA Culture Shock Talks
    1:00 PM

    All international students are welcome to discuss their adjustment to U.S. culture and life as an international college student in America. The first Friday of every month at 1 p.m. in UC255!

  • NOV
    15
    IEW Thanksgiving Dinner
    6:00 PM

    International Education Week 2017: Thanksgiving Dinner with OMA & ISC

  • NOV
    16
    Kendra Fields Speaker
    2:00 PM

    Speaker Kendra Fields  talks about research for her forthcoming book "Growing Up with the Country: Family, Race, and Nation after the Civil War."  

  • NOV
    17
    IEW 6th Annual Cultural Festival
    7:00 PM

    International Education Week: 6th Annual Cultural Festival

  • NOV
    27
    Gambling After Dark: Condom Casino Night
    7:00 PM

    Gambling After Dark: Condom Casino Night

  • NOV
    30
    Malcolm X & Police Brutality in the Civil Rig
    2:00 PM

    Garrett Felber speaks on "You're Brutalized Because You're Black" Malcom X and Police Brutality in the Civil Rights Era. Co-Sponsored by the History Department and the Working Group on Race and Ethnicity.

  • DEC
    01
    OMA Culture Shock Talks
    1:00 PM

    All international students are welcome to discuss their adjustment to U.S. culture and life as an international college student in America. The first Friday of every month at 1 p.m. in UC255!

  • DEC
    06
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness on hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in September and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.  Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Individuals who have been placed in Foster Care, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.  

  • JAN
    24
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    A monthly dialogue series highlighting a hidden identity each month to learn and speak about. 

  • FEB
    07
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness on hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in September and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.  Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Individuals who have been placed in Foster Care, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.  

  • FEB
    21
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    A monthly dialogue series highlighting a hidden identity each month to learn and speak about. 

  • MAR
    07
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness on hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in September and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.  Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Individuals who have been placed in Foster Care, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.  

  • MAR
    21
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    A monthly dialogue series highlighting a hidden identity each month to learn and speak about. 

  • APR
    04
    Invisible Identity Series
    5:00 PM

    The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness on hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in September and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.  Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Individuals who have been placed in Foster Care, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.