This lunchtime walk will showcase FIU’s commitment to both Diversity and Wellness! Walk the Ryder Business Circle and stop by the Solar House for a ‘behind the scenes’ tour led by the Office of University Sustainability.
Join the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs and Diversity for this special keynote speaker presentation by journalist and founder of the #letnoorshine campaign, Noor Tagouri, at this year’s Diversity Week on Tuesday, April 4th from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the GC Ballrooms. Listen as Noor shares her experience as a woman breaking barriers and her story on staying true to her identity and embracing others. Attendees will also receive 1.5 hours of professional development through S.T.E.P.P. Please RSVP here.
Let’s Talk Community
Innovative Tools for Diversity Training
Presenter documentary film maker:
Lee Mun Wah
9:00am – 10:30am Keynote – What Stands Between Us
10:30am – 12:30pm Student Dialogue: How to Have a Dialogue Across Cultures
2:00pm – 5:00pm Faculty/Staff Training: Creating Community in a Diverse School Environment
6:30pm – 9:30pm Film Showing & Community Diversity Dialogue: If These Halls Could Talk
The keynote and film will be live streamed at Biscayne Bay Campus.
Up to 4.5 CEU’s for LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, and Psychologists available without any cost.
RSVP using the Following link: http://tinyurl.com/diversityfiu
What do you think? Guns or No Guns? MPAS will be hosting The Gun Debate Wednesday, October 12, 2016 in WUC-253 at 2pm. Stop by and share your thoughts, we want to hear your voice.
Join us for a day of stimulating and thought-provoking discussions on Diversity with guest speakers from all over the world. A free lunch will be provided! For a complete schedule of the day’s activities click here: go.fiu.edu/BBCDiversityDay.
Some say its just a word, and others say its offensive. The Multicultural Programs and Services department invites everyone to join the “N” Word discussion in WUC-155 Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 12:30pm.
Release Week continues with the “Celebrate Diversity and Community” event hosted by Campus Life! Engage in our community, grab a FIU pride sign, and participate in our first ever BBC Photo Diversity Project.
Show your Panther Pride at the Preserve for a special Diversity Week Volunteer Day. The FIU Nature Preserve (NP) provides many opportunities for students and non-students to get involved in various volunteer activities. We have projects and activities for all skill levels; such as but not limited to: tree and brush cutting, invasive species control, plantings, habitat improvements, and nature/ recreation trails maintenance. For this particular volunteer day we will be focusing on invasive plant species removal to promote the diversity of native plant species in the Preserve.
- Registration is not mandatory for individuals. If you have a group of 5 or more people, please notify us ahead of time so that we have proper staffing. You can contact the Office of University Sustainability at 305-348-3717, edu, or GoGreen@fiu.edu!
- Be on time. Anyone that shows up more than 10 minutes late may not be allowed to participate. Volunteers are responsible for their own parking (visitors must park/pay at metered spaces).
- Meet at the north entrance of the Nature Preserve. It is across the street from the Wellness and Recreation Center at the Nature Preserve Map sign at the entrance of the trail.
- Come prepared. Closed toe shoes required, long pants/ sleeves, hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen are recommended. Volunteers should bring a reusable water bottle and we will provide ice-cold drinking water.
All participants are required to sign a release form prior to participation. Volunteers under the age of 18 must have parental signature. No children under 16 may be left unattended. Please contact for information on access for persons with disabilities.