Past Conferences

MOSAIIC Conference 2011

Mark Your Calendars Now for December 2nd and 3rd at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lexington, KY

Theme: See What Condition Your Condition Is In

"It is often easier to become outraged by injustice half a world away than by oppression and discrimination half a block from home." -Carl T. Rowan

con•di•tion

  1. n. A mode or state of being: "The Organization Man survives as a modern classic because it captures a permanent part of our social condition"
  2. (a) A state of health. (b) A state of readiness or physical fitness.
  3. A disease or physical ailment: a heart condition.
  4. Social position; rank.
  5. One that is indispensable to the appearance or occurrence of another; prerequisite: Compatibility is a condition of a successful marriage.
  6. One that restricts or modifies another; a qualification.
  7. conditions Existing circumstances: Conditions in the office made concentration impossible.

MOSAIIC

Photo of Culture

Definition

Something consisting of a variety of components: something consisting of a number of things of different types, form or colors.

The Purpose

The Bluegrass Community and Technical College Office of Multiculturalism and Inclusion in efforts to raise awareness of opportunities and strategies needed to promote inclusive working and learning environments invite your participation in a conference agenda highlighting the following subjects; Implementation of institutional change, understanding organization structure and power structure, benefits of going beyond compliance, confronting fundamentalism, disseminating information without offending and
much more needed information and dialogue.

This conference is a must for educators, administrators and all persons interested in making organizational inclusion a priority in their workplace.

Keynote Speaker: Leah Smiley President of Society For Diversity Executives & Professionals Inc. Indianapolis, Indiana

The Program

The conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Lexington KY (formerly the Campbell House). Visit the Crowne Plaza Hotel's website for more information: www.crowneplaza.com.

This mini Conference will feature the expertise of innovative diversity leaders both locally and nationally.

  • Concurrent sessions will establish the groundwork for establishing useful ideas and practices of inclusiveness.
  • Group discussions will include questions that arrive during sessions and keynote address
  • The Mosaic Award presented to student/community member with commitment to diversity/educational mentorship.

Please download the 2011 MOSAIIC Conference Application: Application - (PDF - 199K)

 

MOSAIIC Payment Options

  • If you are a KCTCS employee, please fill out a BA6 Journal Entry form.
  • If you are not a KCTCS employee, here are the options:

By Check

(fill out the conference application form and mail/fax it to BCTC) make checks payable to:

Student Billing Office
C/O Justin Ball
215 Oswald Building
470 Cooper Dr.
Lexington, KY 40506-0235

Note: Do not mail cash.

By Credit Card

(fill out the conference application form and/or mail it to Student Billing Office);

Phone: (855) 246-2477
Fax: (859) 246-4665

In Person

Please pay with check, credit card and cash at Student Billing Office with a filled out conference application form.

2010 MOSAIIC Conference

Mark Your Calendars Now for February 25-26

Welcome and Registration will begin February 25 @ 5:00 - 5:30

Keynote Speaker will be Thursday @ 6:00

MOSAIIC

Photo of Culture

Definition

Something consisting of a variety of components: something consisting of a number of things of different types, form or colors.

The Purpose

The Bluegrass Community and Technical College Office of Multiculturalism and Inclusion in efforts to raise awareness of opportunities and strategies needed to promote inclusive working and learning environments invite your participation in a conference agenda highlighting the following subjects; Implementation of institutional change, understanding organization structure and power structure, benefits of going beyond compliance, confronting fundamentalism, disseminating information without offending and
much more needed information and dialogue.

This conference is a must for educators, administrators and all persons interested in making organizational inclusion a priority in their workplace.

Guest Speaker

Dr. George C. Wright
Theme: Kentucky, The State Of Omissions

The Program

*The MOSAIIC conference will take place at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Oswald Building, 470 Cooper Dr., Lexington, KY 40506-0235

This mini Conference will feature the expertise of innovative diversity leaders both locally and nationally.

  • Concurrent sessions will establish the groundwork for establishing useful ideas and practices of inclusiveness.
  • Group discussions will include questions that arrive during sessions and keynote address
  • The Mosaic Award presented to student/community member with commitment to diversity/educational mentorship.

Please download the 2010 MOSAIIC Conference Application: Application - (PDF - 77K)

MOSAIIC Payment Options

  • If you are a KCTCS employee, please fill out a BA6 Journal Entry form.
  • If you are not a KCTCS employee, here are the options:

By Check

(fill out the conference application form and mail/fax it to BCTC) make checks payable to: Student Billing Office, C/O Craig Dundon at 215 Oswald Building, 470 Cooper Dr., Lexington, KY 40506-0235; do not mail cash;

By Credit Card

(fill out the conference application form and/or mail it to Student Billing Office); Fax: 859-246-4665, Phone: (855) 246-2477;

In Person

please pay with check, credit card and cash at Student Billing Office with a filled out conference application form.

"We become not a melting pot but a beautiful Mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams." - President Jimmy Carter