Atlanta Exploration Tours
Atlanta is an extremely diverse city and the Atlanta Exploration program is designed to expose Georgia State students to the cultural opportunities available in our city. Participants in this program will visit various museums and cultural exhibits throughout the metro Atlanta area.
Feed Your Senses
Feed Your Senses is a cultural program held at the Rialto Center for the Performing Arts. This event occurs every third Wednesday at the Rialto Center for the Arts, and it provides an introduction to various performing arts with cultural foci.
Lunch and Learn Series
Lunch and Learns are lunch time programs held once a month focusing on specific cultural or social justice issues. Past programs have focused on discussions such as: homelessness, healthcare, immigration, the Peace Corps, education, and voting.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Series and Convocation
Intercultural Relations is the coordinator for the annual King Commemorative Series and Convocation which includes the distribution of the MLK Torch of Peace and Hosea Williams awards around social justice initiatives.
Intergroup Dialogue (IGD)
Intergroup Dialogues are programs carefully structured to explore social group identity, conflict, community and social justice. Each intergroup dialogue involves identity groups defined by race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic class, gender, sexual orientation or national origin. Students examine and discuss reading materials that address issues and experiences relevant to the groups in the dialogue, in relation to both the University setting and society.
Intercultural ambassadors are student diversity peer educators who facilitate presentations on diversity and intercultural issues. IA's are trained in depth on diversity issues and are prepared to facilitate intense dialogue on diversity and intercultural issues among their peers. IA's are selected in the spring semester and serve the following year.
IR goes 3D - Diversity, Dinner, and Dialogue
The x3D program is a newly developed dialogue series which focuses on various topics related to diversity. Over a two-hour dinner conversation at various times throughout the semester, students discuss contemporary diversity topics through conversation and interactive experiences. Past program topics have covered race, gender, class, sexual orientation, and discrimination.
Intercultural Relations Movie Series
Once a month, Intercultural Relations sponsors a movie from its personal video library. At the conclusion of each movie, a discussion is facilitated which analyzes diversity themes which can be pulled from the motion picture. Movies focusing on all areas of the intercultural spectrum are included in the semester movie line-up.