This program creates opportunities for students to connect with faculty members on a quarterly basis about research, graduate and professional school opportunities, and discuss various personal, social, and political issues. Former faculty participants include Professors Annie Lai (Law), Glenda Flores (Chicano/Latino Studies), Davin Phoenix (Political Science), and Long Bui (Global and International Studies).
Community Roots Festival Planning Committee
We invite faculty and staff to join the planning committee for one of the Cross-Cultural Center's signature programs. The Community Roots Festival, which takes place in mid-fall quarter, is a celebration of our rich diversity and highlights include cultural performances, a fair on Ring Road that features our affiliated and umbrella organizations, mural contest, and resource fair involving our campus and community partners.
Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium Planning Committee
We invite faculty and staff to participate in planning a weeklong series of events that honors Dr. King's legacy and contributions. One of the Cross-Cultural Center's longstanding signature programs, the symposium's highlights include a Day of Service (in collaboration with the Office of Campus Organizations & Volunteer Programs), the Dr. Joseph L. White Lecture, and workshops for the broader campus community. The symposium occurs in early winter quarter and the committee is convened in fall quarter.
Summer Multicultural Leadership Institute (SMLI) Planning Committee
Our annual summer program for 40 incoming freshmxn provides them with an introduction to student life, campus climate, and social justice education. This weekend program, which occurs in August, include workshops that address dialogue facilitation, conflict-resolution, and various diversity and social justice topics. The planning committee begins meeting in June/July to discuss the selection process and planning of the summer program.
Interested in getting involved in other ways? Please contact our professional staff.