PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF LIAISONS
AND OFFICERS OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS
Diversity in Retrospect: Understanding Our Past to Create Our Future
Civil Rights milestones, like the recent commemoration of the March on Washington and the upcoming anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, inspire contemporary optimism toward achieving equality. But ongoing concerns about access to college for historically underprivileged communities, and the vulnerability of diversity affairs, remind us that higher education still strives to fulfill its promise as a social equalizer. 2014’s theme, “Diversity in Retrospect: Understanding Our Past to Create Our Future,” provides opportunities for higher education professionals, from academic and student affairs, to reflect on the historical victories and ongoing challenges that define multicultural educational efforts in multiple sectors of higher education.
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Please note change in main room meeting location. For most meals and plenaries, the location is MORGAN HALL NORTH.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
11am-6pm Room Check-In - Morgan Hall North (1601 N. Broad Street. Enter Morgan on Cecil B. Moore Avenue)
2:30-5:30pm Preconference Workshops - Wachman Hall, Lower Level (Enter through Conwell Hall, 1801 N. Broad Street)
5:30-8pm Conference Registration - Morgan Hall North Room D301
6-7pm Welcome and Dinner - Morgan Hall North Room D301
7-9pm Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop - Dr. Lisa Jo Epstein - Morgan Hall North Room D301
9-11pm Social/Networking - Morgan Hall Lounge
Thursday, July 17, 2014
8-8:45am Continental Breakfast - Morgan Hall North Room D301
9-10:15am Plenary Session and Keynote - Dr. Herman Beavers, University of Pennsylvania - Morgan Hall North Room D301
10:30am-12pm Concurrent Sessions - Wachman Hall, Lower Level(Enter through Conwell Hall, 1801 N. Broad Street)
12-2 pm LUNCH - Johnson-Hardwick-Peabody Dining Hall - 2029 N. Broad Street
2:15-3:45pm Concurrent Sessions - Wachman Hall, Lower Level
4-5pm Concurrent Sessions - Wachman Hall, Lower Level
6-10pm Dinner and Entertainment @ Dave and Buster's
Friday, July 18, 2014
8-9am Breakfast - Morgan Hall North Room D301
9:15-10:15am Concurrent Sessions - Wachman Hall, Lower Level(Enter through Conwell Hall, 1801 N. Broad Street)
10:30am-12pm Concurrent Sessions - Wachman Hall, Lower Level
12:15-1:30pm Closing Luncheon - Dr. Jennifer DeCoste, University of Wisconsin-Platteville - Morgan Hall North Room D301
1:30-2:30pm Room Check-Out
Conference Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Jennifer DeCoste, Assistant Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer, University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
Dr. Lisa Jo Epstein, Founder of Gas and Electric Arts and Theatre of the Oppressed Educator.
Dr. Herman Beavers, Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies (Graduate and Undergraduate Chair), University of Pennsylvania.
Sponsored by the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership at Temple University.
Conference Planning Committee Members: