Upcoming Events

Fall 2018: Diversity Trainings - Lunch Included

Thursday 9/27: Office of Public Partnership & Outreach: Community of Respect

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Friday 10/12: Dept. of Multicultural Services: A Multicultural Campus

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Thursday 10/25: Dept. of Disability Services: Facilitating Access

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Friday 11/9: Title IX: What is Title IX? Implications for Students, Faculty and Staff

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Thursday 11/29: Office of Public Partnership & Outreach: International Outreach

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Fall 2018: Campus Walking Tours with Preservation and Conservation Student Society

 

Do you want to learn the unsung heroes of this great institution and diversity aspects of our school's history, and get some cool swag? PACSS will host a series of free, 1-hour campus walking tours that introduce you the hidden stories of Texas A&M buildings and site. In addition to architectural history, we will talk about the minorities, immigrants, and women's contributions to Texas A&M.

Tour Dates (Meeting point: East Quad in front of Langford A, we will provide bottled water for everyone)

Monday 9/17 at 4-5pm

- Tuesday 9/25 at 10-11am

- Wednesday 10/3 at 10-11am

- Thursday 10/11 at 4-5pm

Sign-up hereOnly people who sign-up will receive souvenirs at the end of the tour. For more information contact Mingqian Liu at mingqianliu@tamu.edu

September 16, 2018: Fiestas Patrias Mexicanas 

Cultural celebration parade, which brings an estimated 10,000 people to the Historical Downtown District in Bryan, Texas.

Place: Historical Downtown Bryan, Bryan Street (21st st. to 23rd st) Bryan, Texas 77801

Time: Parade 12pm (noon) and Festival 1pm - 9pm

September 17, 2018: Chicano Identity Videos and Discussion

Latino Student Medical Association

When & Where:12pm - 1pm @ HPEB LL44

September 17, 2018: Courageous Conversations

Program designed to positively impact the collegiate experience of undergraduate women who identify as Asian American, Black, and Latina through theme dialogues. 

Where & Where: 11:15am - 1pm @ MSC 2406A

Contact: Diana Lee for more information at dlee@dms.tamu.edu

September 18, 2018: Hispanic Heritage Month Opening Ceremony

Hispanic Presidents' Council

Time and Place: 6pm-8pm @ MSC 2300 D&E

September 20, 2018: More than 64: Candlelight Vigil for Hurricane Maria Victims

Puerto Rican Student Association

Time and Place: 7pm-9pm @ MSC Flag Room

September 21, 2018: Nuestra Cultura, Nuestra Cocina

Latinx Community and Advocacy Association

Time and Place: 5:30pm-6:40pm @ Rudder 410

September 26, 2018: Family Separations Along the Southern Border

Hispanic Presidents' Council

Time & Place: 7pm-8pm @ MSC 204

September 27, 2018: Nuestra Vecindad/Our Neighborhood

MSC Student Conference on Latinx Affairs

Time & Place: 6:30pm-8:30pm @ MSC 2406A

September 27, 2018: UndocuAlly Workshop: How to be an Ally to Undocumented Students

The Council For Minority Student Affairs

Time and Place: 7pm-8pm @ Rudder 601

 

September 28, 2018: State Fair & African American Museum - Dallas

Time: 8am-7pm

Gues Speaker: Dr. Phia Salter, Professor of African Studies

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October 3, 2018: Not Latino Enough

Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha Inc.

Time and Place: 7-8pm @ Rudder 401

October 9 , 2018: Last Day to Register to Vote for the Midterms Elections

A voter registratation table will be available at a table across from the Azimuth in Langford A from noon - 1pm  on Tuesday and Wednesday through Oct. 9.

November 6, 2018 General Election Ballot

October 23 & October 30 2018: Start Smart Salary Negotiations Workshop

Texas A&M University's Women's Resource Center, Career Center, and Money Education Center have partnered to bring American Association of University Women (AAUW) salary negotiation workshops to campus in order to educate students on how to negotiate for a fair salary after graduation.

1st Workshop (Oct. 23): 5:30pm - 8pm MSC 2401. Register Here

2nd Workshop (Oct. 30): 5:30pm - 8pm Conference Building #1 #0069 Student Services @ White Creek. Register Here

October 27, 2018: Brazos Valley Worldfest

Time and Place: 10am - 4pm @ Brazos County Expo Center, Bryan, Texas

October 27, 2018: Dia De Los Muertos Festival & Mexican Culture Institute - San Antonio

Time: 8am - 5pm

Gues Speaker: Dr. Jose Villalobos, Professor of Hispanic Studies

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November 18, 2018: Elect Her Aggie Women Win

Elect Her is a one-day training typically held in early to mid November. Campus administrators and students collaborate with Running Start staff to plan the trainings each year.

Any Texas A&M University faculty or staff member, former student, or Elect Her Alumnae may nominate female identified students for the Elect Her Conference.  If a nominated student accepts their nomination, they are automatically registered for the conference. Nominations will open on this website  on Monday, October 1st and are due on Friday, November 9.

All Texas A&M University students are welcomed to apply for admission into the Elect Her Conference.  Online registration will open on this site on Monday, October 1.  Paper applications can be dropped off at the Student Life 1 Building (#0070) at Student Services @ White Creek Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm with the exception of University holidays.  Applications can also be emailed to wrc@tamu.edu.  Applications are due no later than 3:00 pm on Tuesday, November 13.

November 27, 2018: Sacred Springs Powwow & The Blanton Museum of Art - Austin

Time: 8am - 5pm

Guest Speaker: TBA

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February 7, 2019: Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

Time and Place: 5:30pm @ Messina Hof Winery

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April 4, 2019: Mental Health in Stressful Times

Time and Place: 5:30pm @ Messina Hof Gallery, Bryan TX

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