ACES

 

2011 EQ Lecture - Kenji Yoshino

Our Purpose

 

  • Plan academic and cultural/performing arts events throughout the year.  Includes contract negotiations, publicity/promotions, travel arrangements and all aspects of program planning.
  • Coordinate an educational program series with the College 101 program and Curriculum Committee.
  • Coordinate special core curricular supplemental programs during the academic year.
  • Coordinate and/or assist with Martin Luther King Jr. Week, Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, and other special programs.
  • Main sponsor of the Enduring Questions Lecture Series.
  • Community Relations - meet regularly with community leaders and residents to promote, enhance and nourish support of upcoming programs as well as "town/gown" relationships.
  • Assist with the coordination of ushers for commencement exercises.
  • ACES maintains collaborative relationships with the following offices: Multicultural Student Services, Campus Diversity Affairs, VOP Gospel Choir (Voices of Praise), POCU (People of Color United) and its member organizations, UNIDOS, Student Life, Student Activities and the Black Forum.

Quick Facts about ACES

 

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