Previous Accomplishments and Events

The Race Card Project – a series of lectures, workshops, displays, discussions, and readings on the subject of race, ethnicity, and cultural identity took place throughout the 2013-14 academic year.

Frankie Condon, "Let's Talk About Race: A College-Wide Conversation About Race," February 27 and 28, 2014.

Mequette Sorensen, faculty member in the Education, Family and Human Studies, and Social Work Department, was curator of an art exhibit, "Viva Frida: Celebrating the Life and Art of Frida Kahlo," at SLCC's South City Campus, February 27-March 27, 2014.

The History, Political Science, and Anthropology Department co-sponsored and hosted the Utah State Regional History Fair for 4th through 12th grade students inMarch 2014.

SLCC's 6th Annual Symposium on Religion and Culture, sponsored by the Humanities and Language and Culture and ASL/I Department, and under the direction of department faculty member Suzanne Jacobs, was held March 6, 2014. The theme was "Religion and Food."

A Panel Discussion, "Talk with Me, Not About Me: A Discussion on Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Identity" took place at the South City Campus on March 25, 2014.

Dr. Karen Kwan presented the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Lecture, "Reducing Bullying: Asian Pacific American Teen Perspectives," on April 10, 2014. Karen is a member of the Psychology and Sociology Department.

The Psychology and Sociology Department held its 2d Annual Social Science Symposium, April 14-15, 2014. The theme was "Homeless in Utah."

In April 2014, In cooperation with the Peace Advocacy Coalition, and as part of its 2014 Lecture series, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences brought two speakers to SLCC to speak about "The National Security Agency and Our Constitutional Rights."