Intercultural ProgramInternational Students and Intercultural Programs
The goal of the Intercultural Program is to engage the campus and ourselves in learning about different cultures and identities, including sexual orientation, gender, religion, race, socioeconomic status, ability, and body type, as well as the intersections of these identities. Intercultural Programs also advocates for an inclusive campus for all students and works to create change on campus, in the nation, and in the world.
Spring 2018 Calendar
Intercultural Programs events, activities, and excursions are supported by the College Services Fee and are open to you at no additional cost.
Times and locations are subject to change. For more information regarding ICP events, visit the Center for International & Intercultural Programs office, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 714-895-8146. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GWC.ICP/.
Black History Month
|Collaboration with Profs. Carter, Culberson, & Caldwell, GWC Equity and The Power Club
Jazz Concert & Live DJ (2/7)
11am-1pm at the Student Center Patio
“Straight Outta Compton” Film Screening (2/13)
1-4pm at Fine Arts 222
Poetry Slam & Open Mic Night (2/21)
6-8pm at the GWC Art Gallery
“I Am Not Your Negro” Film Screening (2/27)
1-3pm at Fine Arts 222
Tuesday, February 13
|Collaboration with the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA), and Profs. Olvey & Tran
A campus celebration of Lunar New Year, a holiday celebrated within the United States, Vietnam, China and many other Asian countries.
11am-1pm at the Student Center Patio
Thursday, March 8
|Collaboration with the Women’s Leadership Club, ASGWC & ICC
Women’s Leadership Luncheon
11am-12:30pm in the Student Center
Concert & Resource Fair
12-2pm at the Student Center Patio
|Saturday, March 10
CSULB Puvungna Pow Wow
|Collaboration with Puente
An off-campus trip to CSU Long Beach’s annual Pow Wow, an American Indian social celebration including dancing, arts, crafts & food.
Meeting at ICP in the Student Services Annex by 11:30am; Sign-up required
|Collaboration with the Muslim Speakers Bureau, Islamic Institute of Orange County, and Drs. Clancy & Fini
Islam 101 (3/14)
6:45-9:30pm at Forum II
A workshop exploring the beliefs and traditions of Islam in order to dispel harmful myths and stereotypes of the religion.
Autism Ally Week
|Collaboration with Disabled Programs & Services, Prof. Bon, Puzzle Piece, GWC Equity & Puente Club
Autism Ally Workshop for Students (4/4)
12:30-1:30 pm at LRC 250
Puzzle Piece Game Night (4/5)
4-6pm at Student Services Annex Room 154
Autism Ally Training for Faculty & Staff (4/6)
9am-12pm in Criminal Justice 113
|Friday, April 20
|Collaboration with Prof. Faraz & the Peace Studies Program
The conference will focus on the vital role of economics in helping to shape societies defined by social justice, environmental sustainability, and cultural equity.
8am-5pm at the Student Center
Sexual Assault Awareness Week
|With the Dean of Students Office, CCCD Equity, & the Theater Arts Department
The Clothesline Project in the Central Quad
Consent Fair (4/24)
10:30am-1:30pm in the Student Center Patio
Time’s Up, Speak Up: Scenarios for Awareness (4/25)
11:15am-12:15pm in Stage West
Take Back the Night (4/26)
7:30-9:30pm at the Humanities Courtyard
SAIL Training (4/27)
9am-1pm; Sign-up required
Undocumented Ally Week
|Collaboration with GWC Equity, Dr. Clancy & Dr. Hortua
“Documented” Film Screening (5/8)
1-3:30pm; Location TBD
UndocuAlly Training (5/11)
9am-2pm in the Student Services Annex
Intercultural Film Library
ICP has a library of films touching upon a variety of cultural topics and themes. Faculty can contact our office at email@example.com if they are interested in borrowing a film for in-class viewing or to be screened for students at the Student Services Annex. This library includes 60+ movies, many of which are award-winning films.
For some films, supplemental education resources are also available. View the list of available films (opens a pdf).
Have questions? Want to learn more about getting involved? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.