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Culture In...

Culture In… is a series of online micro-learning events designed to highlight the ways in which various unique elements of culture promote a sense of community and belonging.

The goal of Culture In… is to provide the TTUHSC community with cultural education that is meaningful and engaging and supports the Office of Global Health’s mission of promoting a more globally engaged citizenry.  

The Culture In… series offers cultural topics within four subject areas:

  • Culture In...Food
  • Culture In...Movement
  • Culture In...Wellness & Life
  • Culture In...Music

Spring Culture In


Join the Office of Global Health and the TTU Vernacular Music Center this spring for a new series: Opening Space for Unheard Voices

Opening Space for Unheard Voices is a Zoom-based series whose purpose is to emphasize representation, agency, and inclusion on the universities campuses by creating space and opportunity for dialogues led by often-unheard voices: women; Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI); Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and agender (LGBTQIA+) communities. 

 Spring themes: 

    • February 16
      Black History Month
      • Panelists: 
        • Cory Powell, TTU Office of Institutional Diversity 
        • Christopher Townsend, TTUHSC Addiction Counseling 
        • Michael Borshuk, TTU Humanities Center
    • March 23
      Women's History Month
        • REGISTER HERE!
        • Panelists: 
          • Aliza Wong, TTU Honors College
          • Angela Mariani, TTU Department of Music
          • Christine Neugebauer, Music Therapist
    • April 20
      Black Women's History Month
      • Panelists: 
        • Jennifer Jolley, TTU Department of Music
        • Jacqueline Henninger, TTU Department of Music
        • Patricia Francis, TTUHSC School of Nursing