Diversity Talks provides students with an opportunity to present a thought or idea by sharing their story or research with their peers. We hope that through Diversity Talks the students presenting will encourage other students to walk away with a new perspective or idea. Diversity Talks will set the ground for students to engage in dialogue, and learn from one another while developing an inclusive and welcoming space for all.
Students interested in sharing their story or research through Diversity Talks will have 10-15 minutes to do so.
For further information please contact, Aracely Torres, Director of Student Life and Diversity at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 909.607.0789
The FACES workshop series is designed to create a safe space for faculty and staff to engage in conversations pertaining to the challenges our students often encounter on campus. By having a better understanding of where our students come from and who they are as individuals, we can enhance and strengthen the environment and support that we provide to them. FACES will give us an opportunity to hear from leading experts about today’s graduate student populations. These very important conversations will bring our community together to discuss how we can better serve the many FACES of our student body.
Please note that the last workshop, IN YOUR FACE, is a story night and it is open to the entire CGU community. IN YOUR FACE will provide students, staff and faculty with an opportunity to share their experiences, their stories. We will also have the pleasure of listening to spoken word artist, “The Saint” Lemuel from Verses and Flow.