As part of the College’s efforts to enhance diversity and inclusion, a three-day Spring Festival of Cultures is being held March 26-28. This annual event will feature a cultural market with food and educational programs, a cultural quiz bowl, and fashion show/cultural apparel day. Cultural Market Day, Wednesday, March 26 from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm, Cafeteria Lobby The festival kicks off with a cultural market day that features educational booths and food from a variety of cultures in the college’s cafeteria lobby. Booth reservations are now being accepted for the cultural market. Cultural booths can display informational material, food indigenous to the culture and/or artifacts of any kind. This is a blank canvas for you to display your heritage, culture and diversity. Please complete the following form to register.
Quiz Bowl on Thursday, March 27 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Alumni Center The second day of the event features a quiz bowl that is co-sponsored by the Global Health Program of the Institute for Health and Society. This event features teams made up of faculty, students, staff and residents who compete to test their global knowledge in food, geography, politics and current events. To sign up a team of 1-5 participants for the Quiz Bowl please complete this form.
Cultural Fashion Show and Cultural Attire Day on Friday, March 28 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Alumni Center The third and final day of the event features a cultural fashion show. Faculty, students, staff and residents take to the “runway” in their cultural attire and perform variety of songs and dances to celebrate the diversity that is the Medical College of Wisconsin. Models and Performers are asked to register for the show. Please complete the following form to register.
This event is being organized by the Organized by the Office of Faculty Affairs and Diversity, the Office of Student Affairs and Diversity, Diversity Advisory Committee, Student Spring Planning Committee, and The Institute for Health and Society Global Health Program. For more information please contact: Jackie Blankenship at 414-955-4979 or firstname.lastname@example.org