Center for Diversity and Global Engagement

The Center for Diversity and Global Engagement (CDGE) is a nexus of programs and offices coordinated to encourage and foster development of intercultural competency among all campus community members. Merging student life and curricular development with programming and outreach, the Center reflects our social, cultural, and political heterogeneity. Liberal arts education demands a global perspective, an understanding of the local situated in a broader world context.

The CDGE aims to foster such perspectives across a range of fields on campus and beyond.

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Amy Tan

Wooster Forum: amy tan

Join us on Tuesday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. in McGaw as we wecome Wooster Forum speaker, Amy Tan. Amy Tan is a writer whose books explore the relationships of immigrants and the inter-generational dynamics, particularly between mothers and daughters. You may know her from her popular novel, and later movie, The Joy Luck Club. Throughout her career she has written several bestselling novels includ-ing, The Kitchen God’s Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and The Bonesetter’s Daughter, with her most recent one being The Valley of Amazement. Read more.


President Grant Cornwell on Diversity at Wooster