President's Cultural Competency Certificate Program

Spring 2019 registration is now open 

Flyer in PDF format

Spring 2019

To register for the NCBI workshop, go to 

Click HERE to register for a seminar. 

For more information visit the President's Cultural Competency Certificate Program 

Interested in facilitating a future seminar? Complete a facilitator application


The following events count toward the on-campus elective requirement.  Check back frequently for more postings.

  • Thursday, February 28, 4 to 6 p.m. Thomas Building 110. An Examination of African American and Native American Intersectionality through Multimedia.  Sponsored by American Indian Programs and Services, African American Programs and Services and the Cross Cultural and Gender Center.
  • Wednesday, March 6, noon to 1 p.m., Library 3212. The Model Minority Myth as Racial SubjugationLunch and Learn (lunch provided) with Dr. VaraxyYi.  Sponsored by Asian Pacific Islander Programs and Services and the Cross Cultural and Gender Center.
  • Tuesday, March 12, 2 to 3 p.m., Library 3212. Latinas Across Campus: A Panel Discussion on Mentoring -, moderated by Dr. Yolanda Doub.  Featuring Dean Laura Alamillo, Dr. Cristina Herrera, Dr. Rosa Toro, and Dr. Yolanda Doub.  Sponsored by the Association of Latinx Faculty in Arts & Humanities (ALFAH).
  • Friday, April 26, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., Peters 192. Queer Life in Post-Revolution Cuba: A Novelist's Search - By Joseph Cassara,  Sponsored by the Association of Latinx Faculty in Arts & Humanities (ALFAH).
  • Wednesday, May 1, 6 p.m., Satellite Student Union.  Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Awareness Month Film Screening and Discussion.
  • Friday, May 3, 2 to 5 p.m., Woods Theatre. A Stage Reading of Gina Sandi-Diaz's Original Play on Agustin Lira.  Sponsored by the Association of Latinx Faculty in Arts & Humanities (ALFAH).

Level II of the Cultural Competency Certificate Program Coming Soon!

The PCHRE is currently working on Level II of the Cultural Competency Certificate program.  If you have already obtained your Level I certificate (which is the current certificate available) and are interested in expanding your cultural competency, stay tuned for more information on Level II.

Here is a sneak preview of the Level II cultural competency certificate program requirements:

  • NCBI Controversial Issues Process
  • 2 Forum for Inclusion, Respect and Equity events
  • 2 Building Bridges Tackling Fears
  • 2 on-campus electives
  • 2 on- or off-campus electives, including a 1-2 page write-up of the elective attended

More details to come.  We look forward to seeing you at a future seminar!!