McCarthy Center 504
Film Clips and Food: West Memphis 3 and Damien Echols
Prepare for Damien Echols' visit to FSU on 11/6 with a discussion and viewing of clips about the West Memphis 3.
Wednesday, November 6: 1:30pm-2-15pm, Multicultural Center
Diversity Dialogues: Student Veterans
What is it like to be a Student Vet on Campus? Particpate in a discussion with Student Vets. Free Food!
Wednesday, November 13: 1:30pm-2:15pm, Multicultural Center
Diversity Dialogue: What is Inclusion?
Thursday, November 14: 12:30pm-1:30pm, Multicultural Center
Safe Space Training
Learn how to support LGBTQ students and receive a Safe Space sticker to display on your office. There is a 25 person max for the training. First-come first-served.
Friday, November 15: 10:30am, Multicultural Center
Is Teaching In An Urban School For Me?
Professors May Hara, James Cressy and Kelley Matthews lead a discussion on teaching in urban schools. Free food!
Wednesday, November 20: 6pm, Multicultural Center
About the Multicultural Center
Diversity is a broad concept. The Multicultural Center is engaged in supporting diversity as it relates to racial/ethnic identity, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, religion, physical ability, teaching style, learning style, and political philosophy
Welcoming: The center will be welcoming to all students.
Supportive: The center seeks to foster student development.
Safe: The center will be a safe zone for all students-particularly underrepresented students.
Social: The center will be a place where students can socialize with their peers and the FSU community.
Studious: The center will be a space where students can do their work individually or as a part of a group
Active: The center promotes student engagement and participation in its many varied activities.
Multicultural Center- Upper Mezzanine, Whittemore Library.
If you have any questions please contact:
Director, Multicultural Center
Framingham State university