Santa Clara University

Office for Diversity and Inclusion

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  •  Attack of the Asians at 7 p.m. on 5/6/14 in the Mayer Theatre

    Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May by attending the hereandnow theatre company's presentation of Attack of the Asians on Tuesday, May 6, at  7 p.m. in the Mayer Theatre.

    Tickets are complimentary and may be ordered at www.scupresents.org after 5 p.m. on Thursday, 4/24/14.  All online tickets will have the "print at home" option only.  Will-call tickets won't be available for this event.

    This edgy performance examines and celebrates the rich diversity within the Asian American community.

    The production is brought to you by the Office for Diversity and Inclusion, SCU Presents! and the Office for Multicultural Learning.

  •  #BeingINCLUSIVEatSCU Retreat for Students

    Students are invited to join the Office for Multicultural Learning on May 17-18 for its multicultural retreat where the self reflection from its Difficult Dialogues will help participants learn how to be the agents of change they want to see on campus.

    Students will build the skills needed to have effective cross-cultural dialogue about critical issues as they relate to race, gender and identities.

    The goal is to make Santa Clara a place where each person feels valued and differences can be recognized and respected.

    Students may apply to participate in the retreat at www.scu.edu/cml/programs/difficultdialog.cfm.

    Transportation from the campus will be provided.

    The retreat will be held at the Salvation Army Redwood Glen Camp and Conference Center located at 3100 Bean Creek Road, Scotts Valley, California 95066.

  •  Inclusive Excellence Award Nominations Due Tue., 4/15/14

    Nominations for 2014 Inclusive Excellence Awards close at Noon on Tuesday, 4/15/14.

    Nominations for Faculty/Staff and Student awards should be sent to Provost@scu.edu.  Please include the nomination form that is available for download here.

    Click here for information about the awards.

  •  Sy Stokes: Being One Out of None

    Sy Stokes is a spoken word artist who created a viral YouTube video about the number of young black men at UCLA and the inequities in the college admissions process.

    Join us on Friday, 3/7/14, at 4 p.m. in Shapell Lounge for  Sy's performance and a discussion of his work.

    YouTube search: Black Bruins

  •  Celebrate Black History Month During February

    Black History Month Kick-off, Saturday, 2/1/14, 11 a.m., at the Benson Fountain

    Please join Igwebuike for the start of Black History Month by singing the Black National Anthem in front of the Benson Center fountain.

    See a list of other events on the Office for Multicultural Learning Web site at http://www.scu.edu/cml/events.cfm.