These grants have been awarded to student and/or faculty/staff-initiated projects that address issues of identity, pluralism and unity.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month: Poetry and Trivia
Recipient: Elba Valerio
ICC, DSA, AHORA
Date: September 30, 2016
Location: The Stein
Enjoy poetry, trivia, music, and much more! Have a chance to win fun prizes & celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with your friends!!!!
Christianity Around The World
Recipients: Alex Mitchell, Michael Xu
Conversation with the Student Immigration Movement
Recipient: Linda Forrester
Join us in conversation with the Student Immigrant Movement, a statewide immigrant youth-led organization. This will serve as an opportunity for you to learn about legislation and policy that affects immigrant students' access to higher education as well as to share personal experiences.
Recipient: Theresa Yeo
Date: February 11, 2017
Recipients: Akilah Elie, Megan Boateng
Ebony Axis Fall Launch Celebration
Recipeint: LaShawn Simmons
Date: October 14, 2016
Come celebrate the publication that showcases the beautiful and varied narratives, through poetry and storytelling, of black women on campus. There will be live performances and refreshments.
Embodying Liminal Space: Portraits of the New Americans
Recipient: Jennifer Largaespada
Date: December 7, 2016
Location: Pollack Fine Arts Building
This video installation provides an intimate look into the lives of first generation young adults whose parents migrated to the United States from Latin America. They offer reflections about assimilation, family, sacrifice, belonging, and deep-rooted social divides.
Free(dom) to Create
Recipeint: Nellie Spener
Date: November 29, 2016
Free(dom) To Create offers a space for pluralistic engagement and dialogue through open-mic performances and the creation of visual art. All are welcome to create art for free, perform, or simply enjoy the live music and spoken word performances.
Recipients: Rochelle Savdie, Bonnie Ryle
Date: November 17, 2016
Location: SCC Atrium
Be transported to a bustling bazaar and celebrate cultures from across the globe! This unique event features tables by student clubs, academic departments, local restaurants and artisans. Enjoy student and guest performances, and a DJ spinning international hits throughout the night.
History of the Diaspora with Ben
Recipients: Bernice Appiah, Johnson Agyapong
Date: November 3, 2016
History of the Diaspora with Ben is a time to relax and learn about the diversity of the African continent, including the adversity people endure while creating a space for cultural clubs to inform others about their history.
Panel on Ethical Service
Recipient: Shikha Chandarana
Date: October 26, 2016
Location: International Lounge
Join us for a panel in which professors will share perspectives on what ethical service means and how we can provide international aid in a sustainable and meaningful way for communities. A few students will speak about their service experiences. Light refreshments will be provided.
Sankofa Dance Team- Remembering Your Roots
Recipients: Bernice Appiah, Linda Forrester
Date: November 12, 2016
Location: Levin Ballroom
Sankofa Dance Team will be performing dances of the African diaspora to educate about art and history through movement. The event will include various aspects of Africa including MUSIC, FASHION and FOOD.
TSA Night Market
Recipients: Annie Huang, Alison Ma
Date: October 8, 2016
Location: Fellows Garden
Come join our largest event of the year and have a fun night in the streets of busy Taiwan at TSA's Nightmarket!!! Bring your friends & taste buds to our Night Market to enjoy the "Xiaochi" (snacks, fast food, & drinks) and lively atmosphere that only Night Market can provide. Lots of free food and games provided by TSA, BAASA, BBSO, BC3, Club Cantonese, JSA, KSA, SASA, SEAC, VSA.
Recipients: Gaby Sandor, Alexis Ouellette