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College of Professional Studies

Multicultural Resources

  • American Intercultural Center
    • Contact this campus department to find out about services and activities that promote the academic success, personal growth and development of multicultural students. The Center also conducts educational programs that enhance learning, promote respect and appreciation for racial and ethnic diversity.
  • Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Contact
    • Contact this center if you are interested in promoting or learning about the cultures and languages of the Middle East, to access resources for Middle East Studies for K-12 and community education, or to find out about grant or educational travel opportunities focused on the Middle East.
  • Hmong Studies Center, Contact
    • Contact this center for support of courses, public lectures, research seminars, and other cultural events focusing on or serving Hmong students and the Hmong community in the greater Green Bay region.
  • Office of International Education
    • Contact this campus department to learn more about study abroad programs, National Student Exchange programs, support and assistance for International students here at UWGB, Travel courses, and resources for faculty and staff wishing to get involved with international teaching opportunities.
  • Polynesian Dance Group, Contact Elizabeth Hessler
    • Contact this group if interested in performance schedule or getting involved, or for learning more about the Polynesian culture and history.
  • UW-Green Bay Multicultural Student Organizations
    • The link provides a big list of student organizations and descriptions, and the list provides diverse student organizations that anybody can join.
  • Center for First Nations Studies
    • The Professional Program in Education’s Center for First Nations Studies provides the unique resource of oral traditional Elder scholars in residence who assist in teacher education and prepare K-12 teachers and University faculty to deliver accurate, culturally competent instruction. Students have the opportunity to develop relationships with tribal elders and to gain a deeper knowledge of American Indian history and culture by spending time in the Center with Elders, and in turn, be better prepared to teach students.