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Purpose and Role of Multicultural Affairs in 21st Century

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Addresses the question "What is the Purpose of an Office of Multicultural Affairs in the 20st Century?"

Addresses the question "What is the Purpose of an Office of Multicultural Affairs in the 20st Century?"

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  • This slide is where I talk about Personal Development begins with knowing one’s self and how some students make have a distorted view of who they are. It is upon student affairs professionals to guide them in this process.
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    • 1. The Purpose and Role of A Multicultural Affairs Office in the 21st Century
      Valerie T. Brown – Candidate
      University of Georgia
      Assistant Director, Multicultural Services and Programs
    • 2. What is the Purpose/Role?
      S.E.R.V.E
    • 3. Support
      Academic Pursuits
      Academic Advising
      Leadership Development
      Workshop Facilitation
    • 4. Support
      Personal Development
      Finding Your Niche
      Leaving Your Mark
    • 5. Support
      Support and Challenge
      Sanford developed his theory for student development based on a balance of challenge and support. Too much support with too little challenge creates a comfortable environment for the student, where little development is possible. However, too little support with too much challenge makes development an impossible and negative experience.
    • 6. Educate
      Diversity Training/Formal Workshops
      Education through Programming
    • 7. Relationships
      Building Relationships with Students
      Building Relationships across Student Services
      Building Relationships with Academic Affairs
    • 8. Vision
      Office/Institutional Vision
      Vision of Student Leaders/Organizations
          “I think there is something, more important than believing: Action! The world is full of dreamers, there aren't enough who will move ahead and begin to take concrete steps to actualize their vision.” – W. Clement Stone
    • 9. Expand
      Expand Horizons
      Expand Body of Knowledge on Best Practices within Multicultural Affairs
      Expand Services rendered based on needs assessment of campus/student populations
    • 10. Questions