2014 WAICU Student Diversity Conference2014 WAICU student diversity conference

Marquette University will host the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU) 2014 Student Diversity Conference on Friday, May 2nd - Saturday, May 3rd, 2014.

Come connect with students from all across the state of Wisconsin who are dedicated to learning about diversity and social justice while developing skills to create change as campus leaders.

This conference is FREE for Marquette students. To register, submit a presentation proposal, and learn more about the conference, please visit our Conference Website. The registration deadline is Friday, April 11.

 

Upcoming April Events

 

Saturday, April 5
Bayanihan Student Organization Culture Show: BOYANIHAN: The Boys Are Back
...What happens when your friends and you are at the top of your game and everything just falls apart? Like every boy band, Boyanihan eventually fell apart and each member went their separate ways. Ten years later, two of them meet by chance and decide to get the gang back together for one last performance. Free admission.
Doors open at 4:30, Performance starts at 5:30pm, Weasler Auditorium.


S.I.R.C.L.E.S.

SIRCLES (Students for Inclusivity, Resource Sharing, Community, Leadership to Engage with Social justice) pronounced circles, is a monthly meeting for students and leaders in social justice, diversity, and cultural related organizations over a free pizza lunch on Fridays. The goals of SIRCLES are to increase collaboration among student organizations, to share campus and community resources, to develop a sense of community for organizations who are passionate for social justice and diversity, and to develop leadership skills. SIRCLES is open to any and all students within student organizations.

Please visit our SIRCLES page for the Spring 2014 meeting schedule.

Are you a prospective student interested in the CommUNITY program?

CommUNITY

The McCormick Hall Inclusive Leadership CommUNITY is a vibrant residential learning community open to all undergraduate students. Visit the Office of Residence Life website to learn more.

 

 

 

SUSTAIN 2014

Apply to be a SUSTAIN Mentor!!

SUSTAIN is a program designed to support first-generation students and students from underrepresented communities to succeed.

Visit the SUSTAIN page to learn more about the program, or to apply to be a Mentor!

 


 
 

Campus-Wide Diversity and Inclusion Spring Calendar of Events

Days with events are highlighted in ORANGE.

(Click each day for more detail.)





 


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Center For Leadership, Service, and Involvement

The Center For Leadership, Service, and Involvement is a space that also supports cultural and social awareness organizations in their daily work. Highlights of the center include: a Printwise station, reserved meeting spaces, and knowledgeable student staff available to support the needs of student organizations and their leaders.