The Office of Multicultural Affairs is committed to shaping a strong community among students of color while promoting an understanding of cultural diversity for the Smith community as a whole. The director coordinates activities that encourage exploration of one's identity, culture and heritage and an understanding of those of others. The office emphasizes the interests and needs of those who identify as students of color, beginning with the first-year preorientation program. The multicultural affairs office serves as a source of guidance and advocacy for students of color as they navigate their Smith experience.
Be a Bridge Leader
Applications due February 23, 2015
Here's your chance to really make a difference at Smith! We are now accepting applications for Bridge Leader Staff.
Diversity, (In)Equity, and Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Harvard College, Office of Student Life will host the inaugural Diversity, (In)Equity, and Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference. The conference offers students an opportunity to disseminate the findings from their research on critical issues within their respective fields. We welcome research abstract proposals from students whose work is supervised by faculty and focuses on diversity, (in)equity, and social justice.
Please visit http://tiny.cc/DISJconference to download the call for proposals as well as to register for the conference. The conference proposal deadline is February 1, 2015.
2015 Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowship
Students can now apply for the American Bar Foundation's annual program of summer research fellowships for diverse undergraduates who are interested in purusing graduate study in the social sciences.
For more information, eligibility requirements, and to access the online application, visit our website. The application period ends on February 15, 2015.
Questions? Contact Program Manager Kathryn Harris at: email@example.com or (312) 988-6515