As our anchor program, this week is intended to be a more robust and comprehensive opportunity to dialogue on, and celebrate, the multiplicity and intersectionality of people, identities, and experiences. Beginning with a campus teach-in, Intercultural Awareness Week offers opportunities for the campus and greater local community a time to share in, address, and explore sociocultural topics that are relevant to our local and global communities today.

MLK Mural

Activities, workshops, lectures, and discussions throughout the week are centered around a general theme and may range from cultural dances and heritage displays to advocacy to intersection identities and experiences. Intercultural Awareness Week is typically held the first week of block 7.