Multicultural Student Leadership Conference
The Multicultural Student Leadership Conference is intentionally designed for students, educators, practitioners and administrators to share their knowledge and skills related to equity, diversity, and inclusion. The conference also allows emerging student and community leaders to further develop their own knowledge and skills around these topics. Whether you are a novice or expert in presenting or a new conference attendee or veteran, all are welcome to learn and grow in an engaging forum of knowledge sharing in addressing present day challenges to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Conference History & General Information
The Multicultural Student Leadership Conference was founded in 2006 as a way for students across the state of Louisiana to present, network, and build awareness around issues facing multicultural students in America. The conference is held annually in October on the LSU campus. The conference entails a number of workshops, dynamic keynote speakers, social engagement opportunities, and numerous networking opportunities. There will be numerous sessions combined for you to choose from! You can pick any session from any track to ensure your optimal conference experience. Learn more about conference tracks under "Call for Presentations."
Benefits of Attending
- Enhance your presenting portfolio!
- Network with individuals across the campus and the state. We love connecting with our neighboring schools!
- Engage and learn about a multitude of topics related to multiculturalism, intercultural competency, cross-culturalism, social justice, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, sex, gender, gender identity, ability, nationality, religion and spirituality, leadership, career development, student-athletes, allies, activism, and socioeconomic class and much more!
- Hear from a thought-provoking keynote speaker!
- Gain opportunities for resource and idea sharing.
- Work towards being a more inclusive community for all.