We invite you to join us for our monthly dialogue series titled "OMA Speaks." The purpose of OMA Speaks is to create opportunities for students, staff, and faculty to engage in meaningful dialogue about current topics related to identity, diversity, and inclusion.
OMA Speaks occurs every third Thursday of the month* from 12:30-1:30pm at the OMA Living Room in Pavilion 180. Below are the dates for the 2016-2017 OMA Speaks series (*Please note that the March 9th OMA Speaks is on the 2nd Thursday of the month):
Please bring your own lunch and come ready to engage in meaningful dialogue!
Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to suggest conversation topics via this form. Once we receive your suggestions, an OMA staff member will contact you. Questions about OMA Speaks can be directed to Michelle Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-OMA Speaks: Winter Quarter 2016 - Islamaphobia-
OMA Live is a community initiative sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs to engage identity and narrative through performance and art. OMA Live features members of the Seattle University community, as well as our campus partners.
OMA Live occurs quarterly, from 12pm-1pm at the OMA Living Room in Pavilion 180. This event is open to staff, faculty, students, and alumni. Please bring your lunch and enjoy!
OMA Live seeks to feature a broad range of art that also incorporate an educational component. To be a featured artist, please contact us at email@example.com
-OMA Live: Winter Quater 2016: Seattle Women's Steel Pan Project-
Images can be a powerful tool to bring exposure to bodies and identities that are othered. Everyday we are exposed to dominate narratives through the lens of those who hold power. #OMAstories is a platform that will be used as an opportunity to highlight the beauty, strength, resilience, and diversity of the students we serve via Instagram. Feel free to follow our Instagram account at su_oma for all the latest news, updates and stories about our outstanding students.