Towson University prepares its students to live, work, and lead in today's constantly changing world.
Cultural Competency Workshop #3
Noon UU 314-316
Like never before, success—locally, nationally, and globally—is related to one's ability to lead, incorporate technology, and negotiate differences. It is becoming increasingly difficult to remain in isolated enclaves with people who are like us. Americans are slowly recognizing that when we continue to exclude from full participation competent, capable citizens on the basis of their age, ability, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, social class, sexual orientation, or national origin, we lose. Towson University, therefore, is engaged in increasing the diversity among its students, faculty, and staff; addressing the needs and concerns of its varied populations; and promoting multicultural learning for all students.
To that end, the Center for Student Diversity (CSD) was established to aid the institution in its efforts to foster inclusion, collaboration, and relationship building. The center provides academic, social, and transition support for underserved students and promotes exchange and dialogue between individuals of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles.
CSD, housed in the Division of Student Affairs, supports the access and academic success of historically under-represented groups through programs and services that enhance the student experience. Currently, the CSD cluster consists of the following units:
African American Student Development
Asian, Pacific Islander, & DESI American Student Development
Cultural Competency Education
Latinx Student Development
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer ... (LGBTQ+) Student Development
CSD serves the following functions:
Our staff members hope you will take advantage of the many programs and services offered. If you recognize a need we have missed, tell us about it. If you want to work with us to help eradicate bias, discrimination, and intolerance and promote cross-cultural awareness, dialogue, interaction, leadership, and coalition building, please contact us. We maintain a warm, welcoming space. Stop by and see us any time. All are invited to participate in our activities!
Noon UU 314-316
2 p.m. Chesapeake III
Understanding the Racial Wealth Divide: Baltimore and beyond feat, featuring Dr. Lawrence Brown with Dedrick Asante-Muhammad
11 - 7 p.m. UU 2nd floor
To celebrate Native American culture and heritage through dance, exhibits, food, and vendors.
7 - 9 p.m. UU Loch Raven