The CMA’s peer-driven approach encourages students to ask question, find what they need, interact with others of both similar and different backgrounds, to better understanding cultural change and discover common experiences. Through these interactions, students will create connections that will benefit each of them during their time at Duke and beyond.
The Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Washington, Seattle WA, focuses on research projects and activities designed to improve practice related to equity issues, intergroup relations, and the achievement of all students. The Center also engages in services and teaching related to its research mission.
The Multicultural Center (MCC) serves to further the retention and success of the university’s multicultural students. The center provides academic monitoring, guidance, and referrals; initiatives for retention and leadership development; one-on-one connections for advocacy and ongoing personal support.
The Multicultural Center at Ohio State University exists to facilitate the inclusive shared learning experiences of students where all can engage in dialogue, challenge barriers, and build collaborative relationships. The main focuses of the center are academics, student services, community development and outreach programs.
The Multicultural Center serves as a place where cultural teaching and learning are the focus of all programs and activities. Its focus is intercultural, and provides a place where members of the university community, representing a variety of backgrounds, participate in programs and activities. All programming in the Center is designed to increase human understanding through the study and expression of culture.
Preparation for Leadership & Service in a Diverse Society (PREP) is a Vanderbilt University program open to sophomores and juniors that offers rigorous training and experience in the areas of leadership, diversity, and cultural issues.
The Tri-College Summer Multicultural Institute Program is a week-long Orientation sponsored by Swarthmore, Haverford, and Bryn Mawr Colleges for first-year students who are interested in exploring issues of multicultural Identity and leadership, especially as they relate to race, class and gender. The program consists of a series of interactive workshops and seminars led by administrators and students from each of the three colleges.
Terry College of Business recognizes that diversity often has different meanings to different people, so our view of diversity encompasses broad individual perspectives that include — but are not limited to — race/ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, education, work experiences, religion, and career aspirations.