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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

November Events

  • Nov. 1: Native American Cultural Celebration--Open House
    11 am - 2 pm, Native American Cultural Center, 3rd floor Student Center

  • Nov. 2: Native American Cultural Celebration--Crow Doll Making [pdf]
    Presentation by Jolene Eastman Spang, traditional crow doll maker.
    Hurry! The first 12 people to sign up get to make their own doll! Contact Evelyn Klimple at (701) 858-3371.
    11 am - 2 pm, Native American Cultural Center, 3rd floor Student Center

  • Nov. 12-16: Global Sights Photo Contest Display
    In celebration of International Education Week, the Global Sights Photo Contest winning entries, along with honorable mentions, will be on display the entire week on the 2nd Floor of the student center.

  • Nov. 15: International Cultural Celebration [pdf]
    Join us as students, faculty, and staff share their home countries and native cultures through colorful displays, music performances and more in celebration of International Education Week!
    11 am - 1 pm, 2nd Floor, Student Center

  • Nov. 27- Dec. 14: Religious Celebrations Around the World
    View beautiful displays of how the world’s major religions celebrate their most sacred days and significant festivals. The exhibit represents diverse religious traditions from around the world, including: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism, and is located in the Multicultural Center (first floor of Student Center) Tuesday, Nov. 27 through Dec.14 from 8:30 am - 4 pm.
  • Nov. 29: Native American Cultural Celebration: Redberry Woman Fashion Show [pdf]
    Norma Baker Flyinghorse of Redberry Woman Fashion, the first contemporary native American fashion designer to have a gown worn on the Oscars, will host a fashion show in the Art Center in the lower level of the Olson Library.
    7 pm, Northwest Arts Center, lower level of Gordon B. Olson Library (south entrance)

Download the full 2018-19 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:  October 29, 2018 (lc)