Workshops and Consultation
ōMA provides consultation and collaboration with faculty, staff and students on a host of diversity-related issues. Our assessments include the university-wide Diversity Campus Climate Survey and Food Insecurity Survey. We also facilitate workshops to the University community on cultural pluralism, identity and social justice. Groups interested should contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs at (212) 346-1546 or (212) 346-1261.
The Importance of Knowing Your Professor
September 27th, 3:30-5pm
SDACA 813, 41 Park Row
Few relationships are more important in college than that of a student and professor. At this workshop, learn the tips to creating an effective relationship with your professors.
Race, Violence & Verse: Writing in the Age of Trump—A Spoken Word & Writer’s Workshop:
Tuesday, October 16, 12:00-5:00pm,
Bianco Room, 1 Pace Plaza
Join us for a workshop designed to bring together a group of writers/spoken word performers to reflect on the political climate of the US (and beyond) under the Trump administration. Topics include, but are not limited to racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, the "Mexican" problem, homophobia, transphobia, indigenous people's rights and sovereignty, etc.
Self-Care & Mental Health:
November 1st, 3:30-5pm
Come join the ōMA team and the Pace University Counseling Center to learn and talk about self-care, one of the most important, yet overlooked aspects of college life.