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KU students, you can now apply to the 2015 Colors of KU retreat!

Congratulations to Drew Carlburg and Vicky Reyes, former Hawk Link Guides in the OMA, for their nomination for the ExC.E.L. Award (Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership Awards at the University of Kansas)!

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Multicultural Education Fund Applications are now available.

We have a new OMA Fall 2014 Calendar! Make sure to check back for updated times, locations, and events.

We have updated Mission, Vision, and Pillars!

Student led events happening on campus next week.

Student led events happening on campus next week. #KansasBlackOut #Ferguson #Ferguson KU http://t.co/nzRkJol4g4
Blane Harding presents This workshop took place at the University of Kansas (KU) campus on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. Blane Harding, Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs at KU, spoke to the audience about how cultural awareness of domestic diversity develops into cultural competence. Increasing cultural competency allows people to have a better understanding of diverse populations, increased credibility, strengthened relationships, and greater trust and effectiveness. The end result of connecting with diverse students is increased retention, persistence, and graduation rates.

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