2008 Diversity Conference: Diversity Pathways to Student Success

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The Conference is funded by a grant from the

The Conference is sponsored by:

The Office of Intercultural Relations/Cross-Cultural Center

The Office of Educational Opportunity Programs and Ethnic Affairs

The SDSU Center for Leadership

Career Services

Conference Overview

This full-day conference agenda features an outstanding line-up of workshops designed to engage you in thought-provoking dialogue because each session theme spotlights the critical issues facing our diverse communities.

The conference will provide a forum to discuss challenges and opportunities facing us today. During lunch conference attendees will participate in topical round table discussions facilitated by students, faculty and staff. Topics range from race, gender, feminism, hate, immigration, health disparities and social justice issues.

Workshop Themes

The conference workshops will offer attendees several themes that will cover topics such as: affirmative action, racism, campus climate, recruitment and retention, and diversity, building feminist communities, access and equity for people of color in American higher education.

Who should attend?

Students, staff and faculty representing universities and colleges from the greater San Diego community are invited to attend. Workshops facilitated by students, staff and faculty.

This Conference is especially beneficial for


Saturday, April 26, 2008


Check-in begins at 7:00 am. Conference runs from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, with an optional post-conference reception from 5:00 – 6:00 pm.


Courtyard Level of Aztec Center, SDSU

For more information

For more information about the 2008 Diversity Conference, call San Diego State University’s Office of Intercultural Relations/Cross-Cultural Center, (619) 594-0546 or e-mail tstarck@mail.sdsu.edu

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