American Culture & Difference Program Information Session
Students are invited to learn more about our unique interdisciplinary minor, a program that encourages students to look beyond current events headlines and to "See difference, Be the Difference."
Date & Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Anderson Student Center, Iversen Hearth Room (ASC 340)
Are you fascinated by or even involved in such current movements as Me Too, March for Our Lives, or the issues surrounding Dreamers? Do you want to equip yourself to see dominant and subversive constructions of identity and use that knowledge to make a difference in the world? Are you interested in courses or careers in Justice and Peace Studies, Communication and Journalism, History, Music, Political Science, English, Art History, Sociology and Criminal Justice?
If you answered "yes" to any of these three above questions, then we encourage you to attend a free information session to learn more about the exciting opportunities and interdiciplinary courses that are available to students in the American Culture & Difference (ACD) minor program. We'll provide you with an overview of the program and give you an opportunity to meet affiliated faculty and other ACD minors, all while munching on food and refreshments.
As an added incentive to attend, all prospective students can enter a raffle to win one of two $25 campus stores gift card that can be applied towards anything the campus store sells--perhaps a sweatshirt that shows your Tommie pride for the upcoming homecoming football game? Names drawn must be present to win.
So that we can order enough food for this event, please R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, September 28th; or, feel free to attend without an R.S.V.P. (we usually order a little extra food).
We hope to see you there!