Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration 2013
The National Diversity Council presents
2nd Annual Dinner Discussion
Cal Maritime celebrates Black History Month 2012
Cal Maritime celebrates Indian New Year 2011 with the campus community.
India ...a diverse country - Powerpoint
Diwali - Trivia
Diwali - Photos
Diversity Without Divisions - Building an Inclusive Campus Community
Tuesday, February 1, 2011.....Black History Month kick-off dinner in the Dining Hall
Wednesday February 2, 2011...."Higher Education and the African-American Crisis" presented by Dr. Karen McCord, Solano Community College Diversity Officer --1100-1230, Rizza Auditorium
Wednesday February 2, 2011....Black Student Union cupcake drive for Comedy Night (February 17th)-Captain's Hour (1100-1300), Quad
Wednesday February 2, 2011...."Re-Exploring Leadership" by Dustin Grabsch of Seattle University sponsored by CETL- 5p-7p, ABS 101...FREE PIZZA!
Tuesday February 8, 2011- A day with Bill Jackson, the first African-American Chief Engineer- 1100-1300. Brown bag lunch provided.
Thursday February 10, 2011- Black History Month ethnic meal-1100-1300, Dining Hall
Friday February 11, 2011- "African-Americans in the Maritime Industry" presented by Sharon McGruff Payne-1100-1300
Thursday February 17, 2011- Comedy Night at CMA (BSU Fundraiser)- Diverse comics will perform at 2000-2200. Open to the public. Advance ticket sales through BSU.
Wednesday February 23, 2011- Anti-bullying conference and panel presented by Mr. Scott Saarheim during the 1100 hour in Rizza, brown bag lunch provided.
Monday February 28, 2011- Black History Month finale dinner and round-table discussion sponsored by the Unity Council in Rizza. Tickets are FREE, please contact a Unity Council rep for details!
“The Road to Diversity in Higher Education: Are We There Yet?”
The Cal Maritime Unity Council would like to thank all that attended the Black History Finale, which was a roundtable discussion on, The Road to Diversity in Higher Education: Are We There Yet? Our esteemed panelists and guests brought some thought-provoking concepts of teaching & learning to the forefront for our consideration.
The discussion pushed beyond the classroom into the living community of which we are a part and encouraged embracing our differences and growing stronger as a campus.
It was evident that we have many supporters on campus, within the higher education and our local communities who will partner with us in fostering an environment of passion for education and personal growth.
The Unity Council will make every effort to coordinate such events in the future!