Diversity 365

Join the discussion. Broaden your cultural knowledge, share your perspective and unique insights at Gateway’s Diversity 365 cultural events on campus. See below for our list of D365 campus events. At the bottom of the page, you’ll also find information about requesting a sign language interpreter.

Upcoming Cultural Events


Native American Pride Month

Celebrating music, art and wellness in the Native American community.

In honor of Native American Pride Month, Gateway Student Life and Diversity 365 welcome Bill Miller to campus! As a multiple Grammywinning musician and formally trained artist, Bill is an icon of the Native American music and art community, we’re excited to hear him give the following presentations:

Songs of Spirit: Music Workshop

Enjoy listening to the Grammy-winning artist playing the native flute and drums, as well as providing an overview of the history of traditional and contemporary Native American music.
Thursday, November 21 • 12 p.m. • Kenosha Campus
Academic Building, Garden Room

Please register at: gtc.edu/NativeAmerican

FREE for students, Gateway employees, and community members. Questions? Please contact Lindsey Kosman at kosmanl@gtc.edu (or) Trina Muscarella at muscarellat@gtc.edu.


International Education Week

International Photo Contest

Student and staff international photos will be on display at each campus starting November 8. Voting will take place the week before IE Week from November 11-15. Winners will be announced at the International Fashion Show.

International Education Week Fashion Show

November 21 - 7 p.m.
Enjoy international-inspired fashions from around the world as well as a parade of traditional international attire. Mocktails and international treats after the show. The International Photo Contest winners will be announced at this event.

The fashion show is open to students and the public. Questions? Contact Elaine Asma at asmae@gtc.edu

Questions? Contact Chinedu Obowu at obowuc@gtc.edu.


Veterans Month

CREATE A CARD FOR A VETERAN

November 1 - 29
Stop by and create a card for a veteran at the Union Grove Vet home and the VA hospital in Milwaukee. Card making stations located in the Learning Success Center (LSC) on each campus.

ANNUAL LANDSTUHL HOSPITAL CARE PROJECT & COLLECTION

Donate November 1 - 29 to support injured military service members. Donations accepted in Student Services. Requested items are men’s travel-size deodorant and shampoo (no hotel items). Cash donations will be used towards shipping costs.

Questions? Contact Robert Swanson at swansonr@gtc.edu.


Sign language interpreter available upon request. Contact Lisa at sadowskil@gtc.edu.