What is culture? How does culture impact the way we interact? This workshop highlights how culture can impact communication, conflict, and decision-making process.
Contact TAMUA2A@gmail.com for more information.
No RSVP required.
Wednesday, April 12th at 11:30 AM in MSC 2300 A&B
The ACE Awards acknowledge and honor students, faculty and staff in honor of their demonstrated commitment to the Texas A&M core value of RESPECT by promoting respectful treatment of others, affirming and encouraging individuals to take pride in their social and cultural identities, and including all in their definition of the “Aggie Family”. The Awards are sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, Office for Diversity, Department of Multicultural Services, Department of Disability Services, Women’s Resource Center, Aggie Allies, the Consensual Language, Education, Awareness, and Relationships Office and the Student Government Association Diversity Commission.
TAMU Race Identity and Social Equity (RISE) Initiative, formally known as the Student Diversity Summit, is a yearlong program that provides students with a better understanding of race, identity and social equity in higher education.
TAMU RISE includes an annual conference, and fellowship opportunity which allows selected student leaders to attend the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity known as NCORE, conduct research during fall semester, and present findings to the campus community at the RISE Conference.
Through meaningful dialogues, the annual conference seeks to cultivate understanding of diversity and establish a brave space and open environment for discussions on issues that impact Texas A&M and beyond.
TAMU RISE Initiative is modeled after the Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE) Program.
More information about the conference and registration can be found on the TAMU Rise website.