Students present their cultures and tradition through exhibition of food and variety of performances, including dances, singing, or video
Diversity Book Discussion
A program for students, faculty and staff presented in cooperation with the UNO Honors Program. Participants discuss different perspectives of diversity and inclusion in literature.
The Diversity Engagement Center sponsors both student and faculty events each semester taking place over the course of several weeks. Each activity is diversity-related and promotes inclusion within the UNO community.
The Diversity Engagement Center hosts a variety of engaging discussions surrounding diversity. The conversations range from New Orleans Food and Culture to Religion and Spirituality.
Holi is a Hindu celebration to welcome Spring. Every year this colorful celebration gets bigger and better at UNO.
ISO World Cup Soccer Tournament
A one-day soccer tournament to compete for the title UNO Soccer Champions. Meet and greet students from all around the world.
A night of recognition, observance, and awareness regarding the worldwide annual event surrounding International Mother Language Day.
Every Spring international students at UNO host the biggest annual student-run event on campus - International Night. This festival of cultures offers food from local international restaurants, cultural displays representing more than two dozen countries, and a talent show featuring songs and dances from around the world.
moMENtum Black History Month Luncheon
Each February, moMENtum and the Diversity Engagement Center will host a black history month luncheon where local leaders will come discuss personal journeys, successes, and ways to navigate college life. moMENtum is designed to increase the UNO retention and graduation rates of African American males.
Paper Lantern Night is a fun-filled event with many cultural performances consisting of singers, dancers, and actors performing onstage to celebrate and inform others of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.