Over the course of the academic year, there are a number of events to acquaint students with different ethnic groups through lectures and scholarly conversations led by keynote speakers, faculty, and students. The university also provides a number of cultural activities for students, faculty, staff, and the community at large. Most events are free and open to the public. Events are an opportunity to learn about different histories, religions, dances, issues of concern, foods, etc. Please take an opportunity to participate in one or more of these events in support of the university's commitment to ethnic diversity and understanding.
On the links to the left of this page, you will find special events from heritage history months to special talks/presentations/performances for those interested in ethnic studies-related campus activities.