Asian Heritage Month (AHM)
The Multicultural Mavericks are proud to present the Asian Heritage Month during the month of November. This is a time when diverse groups on campus come together to better understand the Asian cultures through lectures, performances, games and much more. The entire UT Arlington community is welcome to come learn and participate in these wonderful events.
Asian Heritage Month
Monday, November 2
UC Palo Duro Lounge, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The celebration begins! The Multicultural Mavericks invite you to stop by the UC Palo Duro Lounge on campus where we will be passing out hard copies of this year’s schedule of events for Asian Heritage Month. Come and join us for free refreshments and goodies. All current UTA students are welcome.
One Night in Asia
Monday, November 2
UC Bluebonnet, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Jump into Asian Heritage Month with the 5th annual One Night in Asia talent showcase! Amplify your night with exciting performances by student organizations including Asian Student Association, Filipino Student Association, Fine Arts Society of India and many more! Be dazzled by electrifying dances, songs, and amazing talent! Enjoy a night of Asian culture! Admission is free and open to the public.
I am UTA Study Abroad: Asian Student Stories
Hosted by the UTA Study Abroad Office
Wednesday, November 4
UC Sabine, Noon – 1 p.m.
Interested in traveling the world? Come learn more about the UT Arlington Study Abroad program for travel opportunities and scholarships that are available. Join us for a student discussion panel that features previous participants as they share their experiences and tips for traveling. Admission is free and open to the UTA community.
Global Gandhi: A Multicultural Politics
Hosted by Dr. Ritu Khanduri and ANTH 4342-01/AAST 4350-04 class
Tuesday, November 10
Central Library 6th Floor, 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
View the official event poster for details.
Pop Culture of Asia
Tuesday, November 17
UC Concho, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Multicultural Mavericks is proud to present our guest speakers, Professor Ruby Wang, Chinese Lecturer for the Department of Modern Languages, and Professor Reem Shishakly, Lecturer & Arabic Program Coordinator at Modern Languages and Digital Humanities. Join us for a discussion on the recent changes in the Asian pop culture. No pre-registration is necessary. Admission is free and open to the UTA community.
Global Grounds International Coffee Hour: Explore Asia
Co-Hosted by the Office of International Education
UC Palo Duro Lounge, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
Asian Heritage Month comes to a close at a special Global Grounds that will have a Passport to Asia theme! Learn more about the history and significance about the Asian culture with calligraphy and other activities. There will be free refreshments available. Admission is free and open to the UTA community.