Diversity & Multicultural Affairs
This is a tentative schedule of events for the fall 2014 semester. 



Chinese Students Perform Cultural Music
Sept. 3
The Global Education Center
 
Chinese Tea Ceremony
Sept. 10
The Global Education Center

 The “Think Thursdays” Series
Each Thursday in September and October
The Global Education Center

Justin Burton on Keyboards: Jazz, Gospel, R&B
Sept. 17
The Global Education Center

Phase III
AUM students perform spoken word and dance in a contemporary inspirational, Christian context
Sept. 24
The Global Education Center

Meet Montgomery (Part 1)
Sept. 26
The Global Education Center

Identifying Personal Biases and Micro-Aggressions
Timothy Spraggins,
Oct. 2
The Global Education Center

Women and Minorities in India
Dr. Prit Kaur
  Department of Justice and Public Safety
Oct. 9
The Global Education Center

AUM African American Alumni Reception
Oct. 14
Taylor Center 230
6 – 9 p.m.

The History of Hip Hop Music and Culture
Dr. Denise Davis- Maye
Department of Sociology
Oct. 16
The Global Education Center
 
Diwali Panel Discussion/Celebration
Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival that celebrates light over darkness and good over evil.
Oct. 23
The Global Education Center

Disability Employment Education Seminar
Oct. 29
Noon
Taylor Center 230
 
Day of the Dead, Alters and Food
Dr. Pam Long
Department of History and World Languages and Cultures
Oct. 30 - Nov. 1
The Global Education Center
 

Thanks Giving Around the World
Nov. 6
6 p.m.
Taylor Center 221

Kwanzaa and Hanukah Recognition
Dec. 11
Noon
Taylor Center 230