Cultural Centers Activities
Pre-Tenure Conference for Women
The Purdue Black Cultural Center, Latino Cultural Center, and Native American Education and Cultural Center, in collaboration with the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, the Diversity Resource Office, ADVANCE-Purdue Center for Faculty Success, Office of the Provost, and the Women's Resource Office, co-sponsor the Purdue Conference for Pre-Tenure Women to enhance the success of female faculty, especially in the STEM disciplines, both in higher education nationally and at Purdue. The Purdue conference is designed to appeal to post-doctoral and pre-tenure women. The overall conference goal is to provide educational opportunities to support women in all disciplines and help identify strategies to enhance their success for promotion and tenure.
This year's conference will take place on September 26-27, 2013. Information about last year's conference can be found here.
Information and registration for this years' conference can be found here.
Black Cultural Center
1100 3rd Street
Enhancing the development of the entire Purdue community, the Black Cultural Center provides scholarly and cocurricular programming designed to strengthen individual's understanding of African American heritage.
Latino Cultural Center
The Latino Cultural Center serves as a resource to Latinos/as and works to celebrate and enhance understanding of the Latino culture through history, accomplishments, growth, and empowerment.
Native American Educational and Cultural Center
503 Harrison Street
Devoted to nurturing student success, NAECC staff members advocate for students and liaise with various academic departments to promote higher education access and inclusion of Indigenous knowledge.
Diversity Resource Office
The Diversity Resource Office develops, administers, and assesses programs and activities to foster an inclusive climate at Purdue, celebrating the diversity of all members of the university community.
The ADVANCE 2013 Gender and STEM Research Symposium will be held on November 13-14th in Stewart Center 310 and 302. Proceedings from this symposium will be available through Purdue e-Pubs. Details about the Symposium can be found: HERE
Deadline for submission of abstracts is Monday October 21st, 2013.
Professor Peggy McIntosh, Associate Director of Wellesley Centers for Women, will be the keynote speaker during the afternoon on Wednesday, November 13th.
The award winning show “Truth Values-One Girl’s Romp Through M.I.T.’s Male Math Maze” by Gioia De Cari will be presented by ADVANCE-Purdue at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, November 13th in Fowler Hall/Stewart Center/Purdue University. A panel discussion will take place following the performance.
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Hall for Discovery and Learning Research
207 South Martin Jischke Drive, Suite 204
West Lafayette, IN 47907