The Office of Student Diversity Programs partners with the Atlanta Anti-Prejudice Consortium to offer programs to middle school students an opportunity to participate in peer dialogue and activities that highlight the value of embracing differences also while learning how to celebrate their own uniqueness. Students are guided through activities that provide practice on techniques to address difficult challenges, bullying and violence, that often occur in the middle school years. We are looking for faculty, staff and studens to serve as volunteers: facilitators or volunteers.
All GT students are invited to attend a viewing of A World of Difference. This DVD is used by many large corporate organizations that are looking for a way to “bring cultural factors to life” and explore the challenges that international work teams face due to cultural misunderstandings. Students will leave with the skills and knowledge required in today’s competitive global economy. For more information and to reserve a spot visit oie.gatech.edu/world_of_difference. Space is limited!
A World of Difference:Understanding Cross-Cultural Communication in a Global Economy
MacArthur Fellow and Bessie Award-winning choreographer Kyle Abraham makes his Ferst debut with his new work “Pavement.” The stage transforms into the abstract of a basketball court suspended in time and place in this penetrating look aft African American history and culture
Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.MotionMacArthur Fellow and Bessie Award-winning choreographer Kyle Abraham makes his Ferst debut with his new work “Pavement.” The stage transforms into the abstr