Office Of Social Equity
West Chester University
13/15 University Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383
The Office of Social Equity (OSE) provides leadership, coordination and information to assist departments and constituencies within West Chester University to achieve its commitments to the principles of equity, diversity and affirmative action. Through collaborative efforts, the office helps to foster an inclusive and civil community. In furtherance of its mission, the Office of Social Equity monitors a number of policies to promote diversity and inclusion and to eliminate discriminatory behaviors at West Chester University. Learn more (PDF).
Social Issues of Our Times: Film Series
Thursdays starting at 8PM, check out films that touch on diverse social, political, and cultural realities. The films are free for students, faculty, and staff; $2 for the general public. Upcoming films for the semester are Temple Grandin (April 11) and The Woman Who Wasn’t There (April 25). For more information and a full list of films in this series, visit: http://wcu.orgsync.com/org/studentactivitiescouncil/Movies. Sponsored by Student Services. Or contact Barrett McGee at email@example.com.
Just Desserts: Ingredients that Produce a Climate of Respect
Improving respectful interactions takes awareness and willingness to shift ones preferred communication style. These skills are becoming increasingly important as we’re asked to do more inter/intra-departmental collaborations with fewer resources. This seminar is great for entire teams or individuals. This event will take place in the Sykes Student Union, room 252B on Friday, April 19th and Friday, May 3rd, 2013 from 1-2:30PM.
For more information and to register visit the PASSHE Academy website: http://www.passheacademyregister.com/cgi-bin/hr_course-catalog.cgi or contact Molly Nece at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOoSenING Our Minds: A Feminist and Queer Film Festival
This student designed film festival will stimulate campus and community dialogue about feminist and LGBTQA issues. The event will feature student work, as well as the film, Criminal Queers by Eric A. Stanley and Chris Vargas. The event will take place in the Sykes Theatre Saturday, April 27th, 2013 (Times – 1PM-8PM). Please read this article about the event in the WCU Quad. For more information contact Dr. Lisa Ruchti at email@example.com.