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Multicultural / Students of Color

MIAD is committed to providing a safe educational environment, free from all forms of discrimination and harassment. We foster tolerance, sensitivity, understanding and mutual respect. Embracing diversity is one of MIAD’s Core Values; inclusivity is central to our community. We support students  of color and employees through resources and services that promote a successful college experience.

On-campus Resources

MIAD Contact

Richard Anderson-Martinez, Director of Inclusivity
Room 240
randersonmartinez@miad.edu

MIAD Clubs

  • We strive to encourage active participation amongst the student body to engage in dialogue, events, and workshops to better understand POC’s (people of color) experiences.  These interactions assist in creating an empathetic environment. 
  • Student Leaders: Sara Carter (saracarter@miad.edu), Cynthia Ho (cynthiaho@miad.edu) and Nia Rutledge (niarutledge@miad.edu)
  • Faculty/Staff Advisor: Kim Miller (kimmiller@miad.edu)

Community Resources

Milwaukee is a diverse and vibrant city. These local organizations work to promote and support the efforts and success of multicultural professionals and businesses throughout the area.


Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Multicultural Student Centers (MSC) Website! The Centers are a collective of offices that enhance the learning and success of African American, American Indian, Latino/a, and Southeast Asian students. The offices are located in close proximity to each other on the first floor of Bolton Hall:


The primary focus of the Marquette University Office of Intercultural Engagement is to enhance the overall quality of the Marquette experience of underrepresented and diverse students by supporting, facilitating, and promoting academic, social, cultural, and personal success. The two centers provide supplemental resources to support student development and growth in the areas of leadership education and training, social justice education, student advocacy, retention and mentoring programs, community outreach, and diversity celebration.

National Resources

When students attend college, they gain exposure to a slew of ideas and research efforts that expand their perceptions, global awareness and ability to work with others. Colleges serve as cultural hubs in our society, and campus administrators recognize the strong need for diverse student populations. Inclusive campuses also honor the histories of various civil rights movements in the U.S.; academic access can serve to empower and advance minority groups.

Multi-Cultural Resources for Health Information

 

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