AADR presents: Asian American Cultural Center: A Quiet Spot on a Noisy Street
Affirmative Action and Diversity Resources presents (AADR):
Collective Stories and Cultural Experiences 2006 Spring semester Series
Affirmative Action and Diversity Resources (AADR) is pleased to announce its 2006 Spring Series featuring Collective Stories and Cultural Experiences (CSCE). These informative and interactive discussions focus upon various issues and concerns that impact the working and learning environments on campus. All are welcomed to attend. A brief description of the April session along with a list of the guest panelists are provided below.
Date: April 19, 2006
Location: Holmes Student Center – Room 306
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Title: Asian American Cultural Center: A Quiet Spot on a Noisy Street , in celebration of Asian/Pacific American National History Month. The Asian America Center presents an overview of its services and mission. Join us for a preview of services and dialogue on the concerns, successes and progress for Asian American populations on the NIU campus.
Guest Panelist : Michelle Bringas, Director, Asian American Center and Rhodalyne Crail, Instructor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies.
For more information please contact Phinette Maszka, Assistant Director, Mediation and Diversity Awareness Programming at (815) 753-6030, TTY (815) 753-2000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please feel free to bring your lunch. Light refreshments will be provided.
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