Long Island University

Together We can... Change The World- Brooklyn Campus

Brooklyn Campus
Community Connections
Brooklyn/Queens Regional Bilingual/ESL Technical Assistance Center (B/Q Regional BETAC)
Center for Accounting and Tax Education
Disaster Prepardness Sympossium
Discovery Day
Diaspora Projects
Gender Studies Speaker Series
Great American Wheelchair Race and Disability Awarness Day
Latin American & Caribbean Studies Program
Maxwell Lehman Memorial Lecture
World Aids Day
Diaspora Projects

Every fall and spring semester since 1999, the Brooklyn Campus has hosted multidisciplinary diaspora projects as a means to expand knowledge and the appreciation of the rich array of cultures across the Campus and community. Diverse performance art, dance, film and panel presentations highlight the uniqueness and beauty of an individual culture within our larger community. For example, “Native Americans: Living in the Diaspora,” is the scheduled theme for October 2006. Other diaspora projects have focused on Brazil, Turkey and the Caribbean. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, these day-long programs are produced by the dance department through collaborations with the anthropology, communication studies, performance studies and theatre, English, history, media arts, music and visual arts departments.


If you would like to support any of the programs described in this publication, please call:

Gladys Schrynemakers
Office of the Provost
(718) 488-3405

Long Island University Brooklyn Campus Community Connections