What to Expect
Our facilitated presentations and workshops feature topics related to identity development, diversity, cultural competence and social justice. Presentations are available upon request FOR GROUPS ONLY, of faculty, staff, residence halls, academic courses and student organizations.
Serving a Diverse Carolina:
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs helps to build a community of support for diverse student populations, including minority and LGBTQ students, through providing programs, advocacy, and resources. Additionally, we offer opportunities for students to learn about issues of diversity and social justice in order to be an agent of change in their community. In this presentation, student, faculty, and staff can learn about our offices' programs, services, and opportunities to engage in diversity and social justice programs on campus.
Lifting as We Climb:
Join us for a conversation about the basics of identity and diversity so we can understand how to progress to creating an inclusive environment for all. Finally, learn how to practice what you've learned by engaging in a conversation with your peers and facilitators about any questions you've ever wanted to know about issues of diversity and social justice.
Shaping What's Good:
Fraternities and sororities have a strong sense of purpose that leads them to contribute to the civic and social good of their communities. With this purpose, Greek letter members have the opportunity to be leaders of the campus community shaping the culture and climate that actively promote respect, inclusivity, and social responsibility. This session will discuss how Greek letter members can be leaders within the campus community and harness their influence to be change agents on campus and within their community. Presentation note: This presentation can also be tailored to student organizations and student leaders on campus.
Small Actions, Big Consequences:
Microaggressions, stereotypes, and biases are prevalent in our society. This hourlong workshop will define these actions, and provide tools to call this behavior in and not out.
Welcome to the Neighborhood:
Welcome to the Neighborhood is an immersive, interactive experience where participants can learn and understand the effects that discrimination and stereotypes can have on various groups.