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MSU Diversity Council


Diversity Events
Campus and community events that foster diversity and inclusiveness are listed below. To add an event to this list, send details to the Council's Co-Chair

February Events

  • 12: Understanding Gender, a Workshop.
    11:00 am and 3:00 pm
    Multicultural Center, 1st floor of the Student Cente

    Understanding gender and what our PRISM students want you to know! Co-hosted by the University Diversity Council and members of PRISM.

  • 21: International Mother Language Day
    1:30 pm to 2:30 pm
    Aleshire Theather, Hartnett Hall

    This global celebration promotes diversity and inclusiveness around the world. Any student, faculty staff or any community member is invited to participate in making a powerful impact. Anyone interested in joining can register for the event here: Deadline to sign up is February 13. A video will be produced collectively with your participation and published campus-wide.  

  • 21: Black History Month Celebration: Movie: Selma. 
    8:00 pm in the Beaver Dam(2nd floor of Student Center)

    One dream can change the world. This film chronicles Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s campaign to secure equal voting rights through an epic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965.
  • 27: Black History Month Celebration: Music and Poetry with Joe Davis and Friends.
    9:00 pm in the Beaver Dam, 2nd floor of Student Center

    Joe Davis is a nationally touring writer, speaker, and performer based in Minneapolis, MN. He is the frontman of emerging soul, funk, and spoken word ensemble, The Poetic Diaspora, and the co-founder and Artistic Director of H-Cubed: Harrison, Healing, and Harmony, a monthly event series centered on healing through the arts. As a student and educator, he has served as teaching artist at dozens of high schools and universities and is currently the Artist-in-Residence at Luther Seminary, pursuing a masters in Theology of the Arts.  

Download the full 2017-18 Full Calendar of Events 

Council's Mission and Vision
The MSU Diversity Council's mission is to promote the vitality of community and culture through building a diverse and inclusive university climate. Our vision is to be an exemplary Council that equips the MSU community to support diversity and inclusion.


» MSU Convocation 2017 Diversity Council Presentation [pptx]




Page last updated: February 20, 2018