Office of Multicultural Affairs

Office of Multicultural Affairs in Action

Yard Show

Enjoy free food and some of BGSU's finest stepping. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity & Zeta Phi Beta Sororit.

  

BiG Stars Auditions

Come audition for the BiG Stars Talent Showcase. Contestants will perform on Saturday, August 27. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and First Year Experience.

BiG Stars Talent Show

Come see what your fellow classmates are working with at the BiG Stars Talent Showcase. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and First Year Experience.

Big Gay Picnic

LGBT Resource Center hosts a picnic for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally students, faculty and staff in the BGSU community. Anyone is welcome and encouraged to come and support others, meet new people and get to know our community together. Please come out and show your support.

NCBI Diversity Education Workshops 

These diversity training sessions are designed to educate, empower and build allies. Participants experience how they’ve been taught to think according to their identity groups. The workshop consists of activities which provide skills for bridging differences, building self-confidence and increasing cultural proficiency skills. This training teaches the soft skills that are valuable to any work or social environment. Diversity training teaches participants to understand each other and themselves, and development of good team leader and membership skills. 

Breakfast of Champions

The Breakfast of Champions Program during fall semester recognizes students of color who have achieved academic excellence of 3.00 or greater from the previous semester. Scholars create memories by brining your camera!

Photo Gallery

NCBI 3-Day Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer (three day workshop) – Here’s is an excellent professional development opportunity to increase your professional value to your current or future employer. In addition, you will be supporting BGSU to create a more inclusive campus environment. Learn to present the award winning Prejudice Reduction Workshop and the Controversial Issues Resolution Process when announced. This training opportunity is open to all faculty, staff, and students at Bowling Green State University. Enrollment is limited.

Coming Out Week

Coming Out Week is a weeklong series of events that promote LGBT awareness and celebrate the coming out process. Open to the campus community. 

-Event: Honoring Urging Empowering,Queer People of Color or H.U.E. 

-Event: Safe Zone Training Workshop Part 1
 
-Event: "For the Bible Tells Me So" Film Viewing and Discussion
 

-Event: Safe Zone Training Workshop Part 2


-Event: Suicide Walk and Candle Light Vigil
 

-Event: It Gets Better Video. 
 

-Event: FOCUS 
    

-Event: LGBT Resource Center Open House (Food and Crafts)

 
-Event: INTERSECTIONS: A Sexuality and Identity Support Group 

-Event: Women Who Love Women (WWLW) Discussion on Coming Out
 

-Event: It Gets Better Video Project
  

-Event: WWLW Kickball Tournament


-Event: HUE Ball
     

Along with these great programs, students organization like Vision, HUE, and Women Who Love Women, will also be sponsoring great activities during the week. Stay tuned for an exciting flyer detailing the week's events.

Latino Issues Conference -
April 17, 2013

The Latino Issues Conference offers a variety of speakers and workshop sessions that focus on the latino issues that are debated nationally. Open the campus community.

Gender Awareness

-Event: Occupy Gender 

-Event: Ain't I a Women? 

-Event: Two Spirits 
   

Kwanzaa Celebration

Kwanzaa's cultural message focuses on the best of the African culture and reaffirms the dignity of the human person in community and culture. Come enjoy the live performances, music and dancing while learning the seven principles of Kwanzaa.