The Centre for Engaged Inclusion
Mission and Vision
MISSION: The Centre for Engaged Inclusion engages the campus and Lansing area in building an equitable and inclusive community through intellectual exploration and collaboration.
VISION: We envision a community where everyone has a sense of belonging and possibility, and is empowered to cultivate an equitable world.
The Centre is located in the Gannon Building - 252.02. We are located next to the Student Life Office.
PHONE: (517) 483-1616
Monday - Thursday: 10-6
Exhibits at The LCC Library
Patriots & Peacemakers: Arab
Americans in Service to Our Country
Exhibit on Display March through May 9
Patriots & Peacemakers: Arab Americans in Service to Our Country
Arab Americans have been an integral part of the United States of America since its inception, contributing to our society in myriad ways, including public service. Patriots & Peacemakers: Arab Americans in Service to Our Country tells true stories of heroism and self-sacrifice that affirm the important role Arab Americans have played in our country throughout its history.
Patriots & Peacemakers highlights three specific areas of service: the U.S. Armed Forces, diplomatic service and the Peace Corps. Personal narratives highlight Arab American men and women of different national and religious backgrounds. This exhibition also encourages visitors to consider how commitment to service impacts them in their daily lives.
Exhibition will be on display March through May 9 at the LCC Library then travel to the Pentagon.
Critical Imperatives Facing U.S.
TOPIC: Social Security, Medicare &
Obamacare Myths Debunked
Tuesday, April 25
Washington Court Place - Room 110
TOPIC: Social Security, Medicare & Obamacare Myths Debunked
Washington Court Place - Room 110
Talks and presentation facilitated by key LCC faculty that cover the critical issues that our country is facing.
We are regularly bombarded by politicians and pundits with claims that "Social security and Medicare are going broke" and that we Obamacare has failed. Some attempt to pit the generations against each other by claiming "the older generation" is stealing from younger generation in these social insurance programs. The reality and truth is very different. Learn the facts, the truth, and learn the logic of how these programs really work and how they affect your present and future.
James Luke, Assistant Professor
Gannon Building, Room 252.02, next to Student Life Office
Franchesca Cifuentes Andrade, MS
Partnerships and Resources
We are cultivating the next generation of civic activists who embrace the needs of their local communities. For more information contact Anne Heutsche at 483-1037.
For more information contact Margo Whalen at 483-9662.
Our mission is to educate, support, and empower LCC faculty and staff to establish and maintain a safe and inclusive environment in which all individuals may lead their lives openly and authentically. For more information contact Jeanne Donado at 483-1307.
Black History Committee
The Black History Month Committee is dedicated to facilitating the education and celebration of the rich heritage of African Americans in History. For more information contact Robin Moore at 483-9616.
Women's History Collective
For more information please contact Lisa Haston at 483-1274.
Hispanic Heritage Committee
For more information please contact Monica Del Castillo at 483-1924.
Native American Committee
For more information please contact Eva Menefee at 483-1904.