Tag Archives: diversity

MSU Dialogues: Crossing Racial & Other Social Divides

The Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives invites you to the kickoff event for “MSU Dialogues,” featuring Dr. Patricia Gurin. About the Speaker: Patricia Gurin is the Nancy Cantor Distinguished University Professor and the Arthur Thurnau Professor Emerita at the University of Michigan. Her research interests include the role of social identities in individual and… Read More »

Spartans Will Tackle Issues of Diversity

If you are a graduate student with concerns, frustrations and ideas about issues of diversity that affect graduate students at Michigan State, please join us for an open space meeting. We will have a time of dialogue and discussion that will produce recommendations for creating positive culture change at Michigan State University. This is event… Read More »

Learn at Lunch: Building Inclusive Classroom Communities

“Building Inclusive Classroom Communities: Religion and Political Ideology as Protected Statuses” The classroom should be a place that welcomes individuals from all backgrounds, and a place in which students, faculty, and staff can engage in deep, scholarly dialogues about essential questions, grand challenges, and contemporary issues. As instructors seek to foster such environments, the plurality… Read More »

Learn at Lunch Series: International Students in the Classroom

International Students in the Classroom: Nationality in the Era of Nationalism Bring your lunch and join the conversation, ask questions and LEARN! Everyone is welcome. Moderator: Elizabeth Matthews, Office for International Students and Scholars Speakers: Gabe Ording, Integrative Studies in Social Science; Patricia Walters, English Language Center; Jim Lucas, Undergraduate Education Many international students come… Read More »