Tag: Human Mosaic

Mallett seeks out fall Human Mosaic listings

Diversity Director Justin Mallett is inviting members of the University community to share with him information about fall 2015 programs that can be included in the Human Mosaic booklet and online directory. Multicultural and inclusive-excellence events taking place at UW-Green Bay during the fall semester will be included. Those interested may reply to Mallett with Name of Event, Location, Time, and Brief Description of Event. The deadline for submission for fall is Friday, July 17. Questions or suggestions? Contact Mallett at MallettJ@uwgb.edu.

Seeking submissions: Fall Human Mosaic heads to the printer Friday

The fall 2014 edition of “Human Mosaic,” which provides information on the dates and locations of the many multicultural and inclusive programs and events on campus, will be sent to the printer Friday, Aug. 15. Please send any last-minute submissions or revisions to Stacie Christian, Coordinator of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center, at christis@uwgb.edu ASAP. Updates received after Aug. 15 can be posted on the American Intercultural Center website but will be too late to be included in the ever-popular hard copy edition.

Reminder: Diversity Task Force seeks submissions for ‘Human Mosaic’

“The Campus Life Diversity Task Force is seeking information about diverse and inclusive programs, films, lectures, meals and other events that will be scheduled during the 2014-2015 academic year. The “Human Mosaic” booklet is being developed at this time but information on spring events can be submitted now too. Please e-mail information concerning the name of the event, date, time and location, an appropriate photo if you wish, and a paragraph or two that will inform attendees on what they can expect at the program or event to Stacie Christian at christis@uwgb.edu by July 31 in order to be included in the fall edition of the Human Mosaic.
 

Wanted: Spring diversity events to spotlight in ‘Human Mosaic’

The Diversity Task Force is again looking for those programs, lectures or events you would like to promote to the campus in our spring 2014 edition of the “The Human Mosaic.” The brochure promotes a wide array of campus diversity programs in a way that should appeal to UW-Green Bay students and increase your attendance as well as increase their awareness and help them examine various forms of diversity, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, culture and religion. Please submit your event name, date, time and location with a simple abstract as you would like it presented in “The Human Mosaic” to Jeff Willems of Residence Life, the Diversity Task Force co-chair, at Willemsj@uwgb.edu by Dec. 20, 2013. Thank you in advance for increasing the students ability to learn and grow in different venues.

Human Mosaic calendar is here… and there

The hard copy of the Human Mosaic will be delivered this week. If you can’t wait … check it out on the Res Life or the AIC web page. Staff member Jeff Willems extends thanks to Liv Sailer for the great graphic design and layout of this printing. Also, he encourages members of the campus community to start thinking about events or programs that would fit into the spring semester edition. If you don’t have an event or program? The Diversity Task Force is looking for rooms for their Boxes and Walls program in the spring. Contact Jeff Willems willemsj@uwgb.edu for more information or attend a Diversity Task Force Meeting. They are held every other Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in MAC 201.
 

Reminder: Please forward Willems your ‘Human Mosaic’ activities

The Diversity Task force is again looking for those programs, lectures or events you would like to promote to the campus in our brochure “The Human Mosaic.” The brochure promotes a wide array of campus diversity programs in a way we hope appeals to UW-Green Bay students and will increase your attendance as well as increase their awareness and help them examine various forms of diversity, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, culture and religion. Please submit your event name, date, time and location with a simple abstract as you would like it presented in “The Human Mosaic” to Jeff Willems, the Diversity Task Force Chair, at willemsj@uwgb.edu by July 12, 2013. “Thank you in advance for increasing the students ability to learn and grow in different venues,” Willem says.

Contributions to ‘The Human Mosaic’?


The Diversity Task Force is again looking for those programs, lectures or events you would like to promote to campus in its brochure “The Human Mosaic.” The brochure promotes a wide array of campus diversity programs in a way that organizers hope appeals to UW-Green Bay students and will increase attendance and awareness. The goal is helping individuals to examine various forms of diversity, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, culture and religion. Please submit your event name, date, time, and location with a simple abstract as you would like it presented in “The Human Mosaic” to Jeff Willems, the Diversity Task Force Chair, by July 12, 2013. “Thank you in advance for increasing the students’ ability to learn and grow in different venues.”

‘Human Mosaic’ enters 8th year with spring brochure online

UW-Green Bay’s “Human Mosaic” series returns in calendar year 2013 with another dynamic array of programs. This time, the brochure is online through the Residence Life and American Intercultural Center home pages, which will save on printing costs and also make certain the information you access will be the most up-to-date available even with late schedule changes. Organizers say “Mosaic” promotes a wide array of campuswide diversity programs in a way they hope appeals to UW-Green Bay students, staff and faculty. The series examine various forms of diversity, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and ageism, in several different formats, with speakers, panel discussions, conferences, book discussions, entertainment, and a cultural celebration. “The goal, of course, is to draw students — whose needs and interests are wide-ranging — to learning opportunities that will expand their understanding of people, particularly people who are unlike them. The program schedule includes both new and traditional events.” Review and download the Spring 2013 Human Mosaic brochure.

Willems invites participation, dialog on ‘Mosaic’ events
Jeff Willems of Residence Life is chair of the Campus Life Diversity Task Force and one of the primary staff members coordinating “Human Mosaic.” He shares the following message, and requests:

“Please take a few moments to read through the Spring 2013 brochure. Would any of these programs complement the work students will be doing in your courses? If so, would you consider encouraging participation, offering extra credit for attending, or substituting one of these programs for a class session? With prior notice, we would be happy to provide you with a list of students from your class(es) who attend a given program. Planning for the Fall schedule will be underway shortly. So please let us know what you would like to see or what you can offer. All of the offices that make up Campus Life (the American Intercultural Center, Counseling & Health, Residence Life, and Student Life) are happy to work with you in any way we can to enhance student learning at UW-Green Bay. If you have questions about any of the programs in the brochure or mentioned above, please contact me at the Office of Residence Life at 920-465-2962 or willemsj@uwgb.edu.”