Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs

A snapshot of campus happenings this week related to race/ethnicity/diversity...

May 19-20: Coming Back to Community

Please join the Edward Ginsberg Center for a weekend commemorating decades of critical work in service for to social change. Reconnect with fellow Ginsberg alumni and honor the 20th anniversaries of the Center and America Reads, and the 30th anniversary of SERVE.

The weekend will kick-off with a celebratory dinner for alumni, UM partners, and friends featuring remarks by alumni whose notable accomplishments and careers were shaped during their time at the University of Michigan.

Coming Back to Community logo

The 15th Annual Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Conference--Houston, Texas

The 15th Annual Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Conference which will convene October 26-28, 2017. This year the conference will be hosted by the University of Houston Downtown on their lovely state-of-the-art campus. The theme this year is "Redesigning the K-16 Educational Pipeline: The Solution--Reconnecting and Reinvesting Institutional Resources to Ensure Academic Success."

 

As always, there are some remarkable featured keynote speakers and presenters lined-up:

Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Conference flyer. Info in article.

Student Spotlight

“Student Spotlight” is a new initiative started by MESA and it is intended to be a continuation of MESA Spotlight, with the goal to highlight the work and stories of *students* (undergraduate or graduate) at the University of Michigan who are involved in diversity and social justice on and off campus.

If you would like to nominate someone who has done outstanding work in this area, please fill out the nomination form, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If they are willing, we will meet with the nominated students to learn about them and their work.

 the goal is to highlight the work and stories of *students* (undergraduate or graduate) at the University of Michigan who are involved in diversity and social justice on and off campus.