The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) will conduct a Multicultural Seminar in Toowoomba on Tuesday 24 October 2017. The University is particularly active in developing and sustaining social harmony and cohesion through engagement with local multicultural and multi-faith education.
Over the past three decades the demographics of the regional city of Toowoomba have changed from a largely homogeneous community to one that is far more culturally and linguistically diverse. The University of Southern Queensland (USQ), has played a significant role in both contributing to this demographic shift and engaging with the community to implement programs and strategies to ensure that the transformation is occurring successfully.
The University is particularly active in developing and sustaining social harmony and cohesion through engagement with local multicultural and multi-faith education, services, projects and programs. USQ works closely with community organisations around Toowoomba as part of its duty of care for an increasingly diverse local student population. This presentation will introduce the development of USQ’s engagement with local multi-faith and multicultural communities and the mutual benefits derived from these partnerships.
Presenter: William Conwell, Multicultural Coordinator
Date: Tuesday 24 October 2017
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm (Light Refreshments served from 1:00pm)
Location: Q501 (Toowoomba campus), University of Southern Queensland, West Street, Toowoomba
ZOOM: To join the seminar on Tuesday 24 October at 12:30pm from a PC, Mac, iOS or Android: https://usq.zoom.us/j/172983245
RSVP: Friday 20 October 2017 to William Conwell – firstname.lastname@example.org | 07 4631 1678
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