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Multicultural Affairs offers a variety of programs that celebrate the rich diversity found at UT Arlington and that educate the campus about current social justice issues The staff aim to provide activities that recognize diversity on multiple levels including, but not limited to, race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and religious/spiritual diversity.
All UTA students are invited to join a Multicultural Mavericks committee where they can help plan events for Hispanic Heritage, Asian Heritage, Black History, and Women’s History Months. Opportunities to strengthen your multicultural leadership skills can be found via the Black Leadership Institute and the Women in Leadership program. Students can join in on a discussion at a Maversity workshop which offers a safe space to dialogue about hot diversity topics. Get involved with the Leaders Educating About Diversity team and help facilitate future diversity workshops.
The LGBTQA Program is dedicated to fostering a welcoming and supportive atmosphere for the LGBTQA community at UT Arlington. Connect with the many culturally based student organizations with whom we work. The entire campus community can enjoy special events like Diversity Week and the UBUNTU Social Justice Conference which features distinguished speakers from around the country.
There is always something going on in Multicultural Affairs. We invite you to explore our website for a calendar of events and to learn how to get involved!
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Featured Diversity Week Events
Check out the Dear World gallery from their photo shoot here at UT Arlington during this past 10th Annual Diversity Week!
Women's History Month
Save the date for
Women's History Month 2017 featured event :
The Portrayal of Women in the Media
Thursday, March 28th
Noon - 1pm, UC Red River