Inclusion and Intercultural Engagement

Inclusion and Intercultural Engagement

St. Joseph's University is committed to fostering an environment of openness, exploration, understanding, and respect for diverse ideologies, traditions, and cultures. Through collaboration with our multicultural student clubs and organizations as well as academic departments and administrative offices, the Director of Inclusion and Intercultural Engagement facilitates programming that engages our college community in exploring critical issues about race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, class, religion and gender.

Annual Events

  • Black History Month 
  • Women’s History Month 
  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • San Gennaro Feast 
  • Tastes of the World 
  • Fiesta for a Cause 
  • St. Patrick's Day Celebration 
  • Lunar New Year Celebration
  • Kwanzaa Celebration
  • Breads of the World
  • International Festival
  • National Student Leadership Diversity Convention
  • National Conference for College Women Student Leaders

Notable Events

  • Reclaiming Vietnam: Performance by Kim Chinh 
  • A Conversation with Ruben Sanchez: Social Issues and Today's Immigrants
  • "Walls: A Play for Palestine" 
  • Eid Mubarak Celebration 
  • Diwali Celebration
  • Samba Dance and Music Performance
  • Palestinian Cultural Day
  • "The Laramie Project" Performance
  • Heritage OP Performance
  • Spoken Word Performances by Elizabeth Acevedo and Odd?