Collaborative Musings: Conversations on Cultural Awareness, Access, and Partnerships - Wed. April 21st, 12-2:30 pm
What activities do the major organizations on campus that support Asian, African American, Latino, and foreign students conduct?
How can the libraries help these organizations to further student engagement and learning?
The Rutgers University Libraries invites members of the Rutgers community to a panel discussion that will consider these and other questions. The panel discussion, "Collaborative Musings: Conversations on Cultural Awareness, Access, and Partnerships", will be held on Wednesday, April 21st from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm in the Pane Room (1st floor) of Alexander Library. The event will feature the following speakers:
- Marcy P. Cohen, director Center for International Faculty and Student Services
- Carlos Fernandez, director Center for Latino Arts and Culture
- Prosper Goodonoo, director Paul Robeson Cultural Center
- Ji H. Lee, director Asian American Cultural Center
- Dr. Clement A. Price, director Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience; Co-chair Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes
- Moderator: Triveni Kuchi, chair Libraries Advisory Committee on Diversity
Each speaker will share information about their center or committee, its purpose, goals, activities, and accomplishments. They will comment as well on their expectations and share suggestions on how to work with the Libraries to advance their goals.
A buffet lunch will be served at this event.
For more information on this event, please contact Marilyn Wilt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 732/932-7505, ext. 306. To RSVP send an email to email@example.com or call the Libraries Administration reception desk at 732/932-7505.
Posted March 26, 2010