2019 Tunnel Of Oppression

Posted on Friday, March 1st, 2019 by Carla Fullwood under OMA Webpage.

Monday, March 25, 2019

The Tunnel of Oppression is an interactive event highlighting contemporary issues of oppression in our society.

SIGN-UP for a tour, VOLUNTEER, and learn more HERE!!

LINC @ UNCG 2019

Posted on Friday, March 1st, 2019 by Carla Fullwood under OMA Webpage.

Leading for an INclusive Campus @ UNCG is a one-day leadership conference focused on the intersections of leadership and inclusion sponsored by the Office of Intercultural Engagement (OIE). the Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement (OLCE), and Campus Activities and Programs (CAP).


Learn more HERE

Upcoming CommUNITY Dialogues

Posted on Monday, January 28th, 2019 by Carla Fullwood under OMA Webpage.


The CommUNITY Dialogue Series is a campus-wide monthly opportunity for UNCG students to build relationships across difference while discussing hot topics related to diversity, and inclusion affecting our UNCG community.

See Spring 2019 topics HERE

Land Acknowledgement Plaque Dedication

Posted on Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 by Augusto Pena Estrada under OMA Webpage.

The Native American Student Association (NASA), with the support of UNCG faculty, staff, community members, and the Office of Intercultural Engagement are proud to install a plaque in the Intercultural Resource Center that acknowledges the traditional Native inhabitants of these lands.  You are invited to the dedication of this plaque on Monday, November 12, which will serve to recognize the Indigenous peoples who have inhabited these lands over time and their special connection to the territories.

UNCG Chancellor Frank Gilliam, area Tribal Leaders, community members and students will deliver remarks at 6:00 p.m. with a reception to follow.  For more information.

Kaleidoscope Application Extended!

Posted on Monday, September 17th, 2018 by Jessica Twitchell under OMA Webpage.


Applications for 2019 are open!
Apply HERE
References HERE

The application deadline has been extended. Applications and references are due Friday, 10/26.

What are the benefits of being a SCOPE?
• To afford peer educators opportunities to clarify individual identities and personal understanding of other identities and experiences;
• To develop high level facilitation skills;
• To provide an intellectual space for students who value social justice to unite;
• To form a supportive network with other peer facilitators across campus;
• To enhance leadership skills and intercultural competence of peer educators;
• To inspire peer educators to incorporate social justice ideals into their lives after college.

Application Process

Please complete an online application due Friday, October 19. You can find the application here: https://goo.gl/forms/ES9Bwy8iTGt73rnt1

In your application, you will be asked to list two UNCG faculty/staff references. It is your responsibility to ask for your references to submit the reference form on your behalf by Friday, October 24. You can find the reference form here: https://goo.gl/forms/H6T8ktMtW53HD6SE2

Selected applicants will be asked to create a 10 minute social justice presentation and complete a 30 minute interview.

Before applying, please note that SCOPEs will be required to attend weekly meetings and attend training scheduled during the first weekend of each semester.

Please contact Jessica Twitchell at J_Twitch@uncg.edu with any questions about the Kaleidoscope Program or more information about program requirements.

Office Of Intercultural Engagement is for Everyone!!

Posted on Friday, April 28th, 2017 by Carla Fullwood under OMA Webpage.



  • Supporting Change
  • Building community
  • Getting Involved
  • Encouraging Dialogue


Navigate our website and follow us on social media to learn about how you can get involved with the Office of Intercultural Engagement, Rated “E” for Everyone!




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