Event Title

Out of Diversity: We Speak– Faculty and Students Speaking about the Role of Diversity in Their Lives

Location

Multicultural Center, Hardge Forum (Rm. 101)

Start Date

2-10-2014 9:30 AM

End Date

2-10-2014 10:45 AM

Description

Dr. Jody Lisberger, Director and Assistant Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies. Students and faculty rarely find time to engage each other around the arts and share the value of their individual and collective lives. This reading of expressive writing from four culturally diverse faculty and four students will reveal the influences of our diverse ways of being and knowing ourselves and our significant others. By reaching across boundaries of education, discipline, age‐generation, ethnicity, race, and sexuality this reading celebrates the impact of multiculturalism on our intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical, and occupational choices, and enables us to model collaboration.

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Oct 2nd, 9:30 AM Oct 2nd, 10:45 AM

Out of Diversity: We Speak– Faculty and Students Speaking about the Role of Diversity in Their Lives

Multicultural Center, Hardge Forum (Rm. 101)

Dr. Jody Lisberger, Director and Assistant Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies. Students and faculty rarely find time to engage each other around the arts and share the value of their individual and collective lives. This reading of expressive writing from four culturally diverse faculty and four students will reveal the influences of our diverse ways of being and knowing ourselves and our significant others. By reaching across boundaries of education, discipline, age‐generation, ethnicity, race, and sexuality this reading celebrates the impact of multiculturalism on our intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical, and occupational choices, and enables us to model collaboration.