Cultural Awareness Series
The mission of the MOSAIC Cultural Awareness Series is to promote cultural awareness across campus and to allow students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to explore different cultures and talk about their findings in a comfortable and supportive setting.
To help facilitate this, College Union and Activities in conjunction with the Office of Multicultural Programs and Services, has worked to develop monthly lectures and workshops meant to highlight different cultures while at the same time encouraging the campus community to continue cultural exploration on their own. Each workshop or lecture lasts approximately one to one and half hours and is open to all members of the campus community.
Student organizations, faculty, and staff are encouraged to participate in the MOSAIC Cultural Awareness Series by organizing a lecture or workshop. Lecture and workshop facilitators can select the topic and format that they like, provided it fits with the MOSAIC’s mission to increase cultural awareness on campus.
Wednesday, April 24, there will be two amazing events taking place that you all should come to!
At 2:30PM in Newton 201, SEAA & PRIDE have teamed up to bring in a speaker addressing the intersections of disability and the LGBT community.
And then at 7:00, our own Enisha Gray has put together a panel of four individuals who have transitioned. This event will be in the College Union Ballroom!
Hope to see you there!