Multicultural Heritage Lecture Series
The Multicultural Heritage Lecture Series was established in the early 1990s. It grew out of heritage month events for the four targeted underrepresented groups that dated back to the 1970s. The Multicultural Heritage Lecture Series consist of four differnt lecture series: African American Heritage Lecture Series, Latino Heritage Lectures Series, Native Pride Lecture Series, and Southeast Asian Heritage Lecture Series. The purpose of the lecture series is to develop a stronger self-identity among multicultural students, promote cultural understanding, and help prepare students to become more sophisticated in addressing issues that pertain to diversity.
The Multicultural Heritage Lecture Series is funded by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Student Success and coordinated by the Warhawk Connection Center and Latino Student Programs.
For more information, please contact:
Ramon Ortiz, Interim Assistant
Vice Chancellor for Multicultural Affairs & Student Success
Phone: (262) 472-4985