Speaker: Dr. Samuel Hirsch Join us for the upcoming Diversity Dialogues being offered for the spring 2015 semester, presented by the Office of Diversity and Equity. These sessions seek to enhance communication and understanding at the College and beyond.
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Reading, Q&A and book-signing with Eduardo Corral. Special focus: Immigration and the Latino Diaspora: Bridging Cultures through Poetry. Cosponsored with International Festival. Open to the public.
12:40 – 1:40 p.m., Master Class with Eduardo Corral. Space is limited, email firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to the list.
Japanese story tellers turned history into litera-ture when warring clans and fighting monks dev-astated the beautiful capital city of Kyoto, and the the mighty fell “as dust before the wind.” Bud-dhism remained a source of power, prestige, fear, and refuge. The many layers of religious belief in Japan affected the lives of emperors, warriors, and women. Co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Project.
The Student Affairs division will be hosting its annual Student Leadership Awards Ceremony on April 16. There will be a reception with a delightful menu and music at 4:30 p.m., and the formal program begins at 5 p.m. in the Winnet Building, Great Hall, Room S2-19.
Encouraging diversity throughout the Community College of Philadelphia community is more than a goal. It’s a shared mindset and commitment. This is especially evident during one special week each year—April 6-10 in 2015—which is dedicated to placing diversity front of mind.
Participate in any of 16 informative, provocative and mind-expanding events, spread over 5 full days, with two objectives in mind—broadly advancing diversity at the College and specifically playing a role in that process.