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Diversity Programs


The First Generation Network is a new program designed to support students who are the first in their family to attend college, aka first generation college students.  This program also seeks to support students historically underrepresented in higher education; including African American, American Indian, Asian American, Latin@, and Pacific Islander students.

The First Generation Network will engage participants during their first year of college through fun social activities, culturally relevant events and programs as well as one on one interactions with historically underrepresented students who have completed their first year at Westminster. 

To join the network contact

Vannessa Vega v.chelsea.vega@gmail.com 


Lu Marzulli lmarzulli@westminstercollege.edu


Diversity Heritage and Awareness Lectures Fall 2014

These campus-wide talks coincide with Heritage and Awareness programs that focus on a different historically underrepresented group each month.  This series features nationally recognized scholars, activists, and community leaders. 


 All talks will take place at 12 noon in the Gore Business School Auditorium and are free and open to the public.

Click the linked titles below for detailed information on each event.


Chicana/o Awareness  September 23rd

Dr. Luz Calvo                                        

Decolonize Your Diet: Reclaim Your Ancestors' Food


LGBT PRIDE WEEK  October 23rd

Moudi Sbeity & Derek Kitchen            

Equality At The Kitchen* Table


American Indian Awareness

Dr. Leo Killsback November 6th

Colonizing and Decolonizing Indian Nations:

Rewriting and Re-righting Indian History


Spring 2015 themes include: Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration, Black History month, Women's Hisotry month, Asian and/or Pacific Islander Awareness.  More info coming soon...

Diversity 101

This monthly program features presentations and discussions focused on relevant topics of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and immigration to coincide with the monthly diversity heritage and awareness themes.  These discussions provide opportunities to learn and practice effective strategies for gaining knowledge on diversity issues.  Diversity 101 will take place in the Diversity & International Center in Walker One. 

There will be snacks!

 Diversity 101 Fall 2014 :

· Chican@ Awareness Wednesday September 24, 4:00 pm

· LGBT Pride Wednesday October 22, 4:00 pm

· American Indian Awareness Wednesday November 5, 4:00 pm