MATTHEW A. BAEZ
COLIN BIN BIN CHEN
MICHAEL D. HARPER
OLEVIA M MITCHELL
ROSE G MONTOYA
NICOLE D. OSBORNE
EMILY M SALEH
SIARA M. SUTTON
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.
The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
The Chancellor’s Feinstone Grants for Multicultural Initiatives help create community through diversity at Syracuse University.
Proposals are welcome from all students, student organizations, as well as faculty/staff in collaboration with Syracuse University students. All programs must be completed by May 3, 2014.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2013
For further information contact:
Marissa L. Willingham, Program Associate for Budgets and Operations
Office of Multicultural Affairs, 105 Schine Student Center
email@example.com, Tel: (315) 443-9676
To support and promote the academic achievement, multicultural competence, social development, civic engagement, and retention of students from historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups at Syracuse University.
Feel free to share this information and extend an invitation to all to attend the events.
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Click here to access the Native Heritage Month Calendar.
We in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) welcome all transfer students to Syracuse University and invite you to participate in OMA programs meant to provide the necessary support and guidance needed to encourage students to become members of a community respectful of differences. We encourage you to browse our website to learn about our program offerings. Please visit us in Suite 105 of the Schine Student Center, your “home away from home.”
Click here for a listing of all transfer student resources at Syracuse University.
LECTURE AND BOOK SIGNING
BY ROBIN W. KIMMERER
Thursday, November 7
5:00 p.m. Peter Graham Scholarly Commons
Syracuse University Bird Library
Dr. Kimmerer is an enrolled member of the Citizen Band
Potawatomi, a mother, scientist, writer and Distin-guished Teaching Professor of Environmental Biology at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York. She is the founding director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment whose mission is to create programs which draw on the wisdom of both indigenous and scientific knowledge for our shared goals of sustainability.
Syracuse University, and the Native American Students At Syracuse (NASAS) are proud to bring A Tribe Called Red to perform during Native Heritage Month. Tribe, has revolutionized Native music in a way that educates and entertains the masses about Native beats and rhythms. This event is open to the public and Free. You can find the groups music on ITunes and Soundcloud. We hope to see you at the event.
When: November 15
Where: Sky Barn on South Campus, Syracuse University. (151 Farm Acre Road)
For more information contact Neal Powless at 315-443-0113