Southeast Events

Tuesday, September 19

Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1965 Poster Exhibition

The bilingual Bittersweet Harvest poster exhibition tells the story of the bracero or manual laborer program that became the largest guest worker program in...

Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit and Opening Reception

Come view Influential Hispanics that made a difference in the world. Join us for the opening reception of our Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit on September...

Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness Exhibition

Visit the Judith J. Carrier Library between August 21 and September 27 to view Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, a traveling...

Peyote and the Politics of Identity: Race and Religion in the Formation of the Native American Church (A Native Voices program)

Lisa Barnett, Ph.D., Texas Christian University, will present on the issues surrounding the controversy over the use of peyote as a part of American Indian...

Bank Day

Get Connected: "Manage Your Money" by obtaining information about your area's financial services, promotional specials, and what they can do for you."

Academic Support Services

Are you familiar with all of the campus resource labs available for you as a student at the Southeast Campus? A panel of staff will give an overview of their...

Learning with a Disability

Participants will gain an understanding of characteristics of common disabilities among college students and resources that support learning with a disability.

Environmental Engineering

Guest speaker Greg Peters will discuss the environmentally responsible extraction of fossil fuels. For faculty, students and staff.

Tuesday, September 19