Community Collaboration: From our Centers to the Classroom



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Start Date

9-22-2021 1:00 PM

End Date

9-22-2021 2:00 PM


Organizing more than 100 workshops, performances, dialogue sessions and other cultural events each year, PSU’s Cultural Resource Centers’ student staff provide a wealth of co-curricular learning opportunities. How might we better connect with your course content and students? How could we increase faculty and staff engagement at these events?

Facilitated by Haley Okamoto, Multicultural Student Center Interim Program Coordinator

Biographical Information

Haley Okamoto (she/her) serves the Cultural Resource Centers as the Interim Program Coordinator for the Multicultural Student Center. Originally from the island of Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi, Haley graduated from PSU in 2020 with her Bachelors degree in Communication Studies. She is an advocate for supporting multicultural students through community care.


Community-based learning, Civic engagement, Higher Education -- Social aspects, Inclusive education, Education -- Research -- Methodology, Higher education -- United States


Higher Education | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Community Collaboration: From our Centers to the Classroom