Feature image of Center for Intercultural Engagement & Social Justice Resource Center

The Center for Intercultural Engagement (CIE) strives to create a community that is inclusive of all populations at Northeastern through programs, training, and experiences. It is located on the first floor of the Curry Student Center. The Social Justice Resource Center (SJRC) is now a part of the CIE and continues to provide educational support for student activists. The SJRC is still physically located in 106 St. Stephen St.

 


Audience(s): Student Life

Efforts


Goals

  • Create and hold a space for all students to explore their intersecting identities.
  • Provide opportunities for students, staff and faculty to critically engage across difference.
  • Develop trainings and dialogues that build skills and foster a sense of belonging for all.
  • Encourage community and coalition building across established groups.

Programs

  • Residency Program: Faculty and staff to utilize the space to host socials, dialogues or programs.
  • Fellows Program: Team of students trained to facilitate peer-to-peer programs.
  • Identity Exploration: Socials designed for students of multiple identities to come together and explore commonalities.
  • Online Education Tools: Graphics and online tools that create conversation and understanding.
  • FUNL Network: Support for First Gen and Low Income Students
  • Unlearning Series: Social Identities 101
  • Holding Our World: Regular Current Events Discussion