Office of Multicultural Affairs

Calendar of Events Spring 2012

Evening with the Champions

Office of Multicultural Affairs will honor their students who have earned 3.0 to 4.0 grade point averages for the fall 2011 semester, along with their families.

13th Annual Black Issues Conference

The Black Issues Conference (BIC) is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students here at BGSU and in the greater campus community to engaged in meaningful conversations about issues facing the black community and discuss practical ways we can work to uplift, motivate, educate, and empower the Black community.  

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Right to Marry Day

 

Black History Month Programs at BG High School

There are approximately 25 students participating in the event which will include the singing of the Negro Nation Anthem "Lift Every Voice", a step routine, performance of an original song called "Preparing for Tomorrow", a short skit about Rosa Parks, a Negro Spiritual performed by "The Shades of Brown" and short tribute to Black Athletes who broke the color barrier in professional sports.  

NCBI Diversity Education Workshop Pt.1

This diversity training session is 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.

NCBI Diversity Education Workshop Pt.2

This diversity training session is 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.

Black Girls Rock BG!

The event will is designed to build community and esteem among African American female undergraduates at BGSU. The evening will include icebreaker activities, informational sessions, interactive games, dancing, music, movies and lots of fun! Register to attend at the Black Girls Rock BG! Register to attend at the Black Girls Rock Table located in the BTSU from 11:30am to 4:00pm Monday - Friday March12-16 and March 19-23 or RSVP to Jasmine Spratling: jdsprat@bgsu.edu 

Black Girls Rock Flyer
Black Girls Rock Newsletter

Mosaic Conference 2012

The Mosaic Conference showcases and celebrates diversity and inclusion at BGSU. This exciting program includes interactive workshops, dance and music performances throughout the day. Open to the campus community.

2012 Project Mosaic Conference

NCBI Diversity Education Workshop, Part 1

This diversity training session is 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.

Vincent Chin Movie and Discussion

Co-sponsored by the Asian Communities United and 

Office of Multicultural Affairs

Curtis Chin is an award-winning writer and producer who has written for ABC, NBC, Fox, the Disney Channel and more. A member of the Writers Guild of America, he has also won awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the San Diego Asian American Film Festival and more. He has also served on panels for the New York State Arts Council, the New Jersey State Council for the Arts, Liberty Hill Foundation and more. 

As a community activist, he co-founded the Asian American Writers Workshop and Asian Pacific Americans for Progress. In 2008, he served on Barack Obama’s Asian American Leadership Council where he participated in helping the campaign reach out to the AAPI community. He has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, NPR, Newsweek and other media outlet. He has personally toured to over 200 colleges, libraries and corporations for “Vincent Who?”  

Rainbow Days

Rainbow Days is another week of LGBT events. Open to the campus community.

Lavender Graduation

The LGBT Resource Center hosts the Lavender Graduation program to recognize graduating LGBT campus leaders in addition to supportive allies and students. 

Fall 2011 Event Calendar