Diversity Events at Penn State Mont Alto

Diversity Events at Penn State Mont Alto

Are you looking for a meaningful way to connect with the world and its people?  Penn State Mont Alto may have just the event for you!

January 4

Safe Zone Training for Faculty & Staff at MADE

  • 1:00 pm, MAC

January 8

New Year’s Traditions Around the World and Keeping Resolutions  

  • 12:20 pm, HR in the Mill

January 15

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Program

  • 10:00 am, WSC

January 16

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr with African American Storyteller Dylan Pritchett

  • 12:05 pm, WSC


Building Bridges: Portraits of Immigrants and Refugees Photography Exhibit

  • Library

February 5

Music, Munchies and Marvels of the World

  • 12:20 pm, HR in The Mill

February 7

Speaker Curtis Hill: Managing the Chaos of Diversity and Inclusion, Creating “US”

  • 7:00 pm, Auditorium

February 19

Campus Symposium: What's it like to be a refugee?

The Abuhjaze family fled their home in Daara, Syria at the start of the war there six years ago and now lives in Chambersburg. They join us for a conversation about their experiences, translated by professor Khaled Amleh.

  • 12:20 pm, WSC

March 1

Cultural Puzzles

  • 8:00 pm, Residence Halls

March 19-24

UNITY Week (marketing out on campus on 02/19/2018)

In support of Penn State’s ‘All In’ initiative, PSMA will be celebrating our first ‘UNITY Week’ Programming Series.

‘All In’ principles:

  • Promote inclusion.
  • Encourage civil discourse.
  • Challenge all perspectives.

International food stations all week in the Mill Café

March 19

Campus Symposium: Unity Week Symposium  

  • 12:20 pm, WSC

March 20

Lea: Hear me Roar, Women in Musical Tribute

  • 12:00 pm, The Mill

Loteria: Mexican Bingo Night

  • 8:30 pm, MPR

March 21

Speaker: The Voyce, Shaashawn Dial- Snowden: Alphabet Soup - Social Consequences of Gender Identity

  • 12:20 pm, WSC

Breaking Barriers, Sponsored by CAMP

  • 7:00-9:00 pm, WSC

March 22

Lessons Learned from Alternative Spring Break

Students share their experiences after returning from Penn State Mont Alto Alternative Spring Break to Montreal focusing on the theme of ‘urban poverty’.

  • 12:20 pm, Heritage Room

March 24

Botanical Garden and National Museum of African American History and Culture Washington D.C. Bus Trip

  • Sign-ups available at 12Noon on Tuesday, February 20th in Campus Life.

April 4

Matt Glowaki: Diversity According to South Park and Family Guy

  • 7:00 pm, WSC

April 24

LGBT Jeopardy

Presenter Curtis W. Hoover, Director of Student Affairs

  • 6:00 pm, WSC

April 25

Gender and Sexual Minorities in World Religions: A Closer Look at Judaism and Christianity

Reverend Amy Fisher, Director of the Interfaith Center at Suffolk University (Boston, MA)

  • 12:20 pm, WSC

April 26

Student Ally Safe Zone Training

  • 12:00-2:00 pm, HR in Mill

Cinco de Mayo Festival with Casino Party

  • 7:00-11:00 pm, MPR

For additional information, please contact the Office of Campus Life at 717-749-6156.