The Office of Latino, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA) exists on Wright State University's campus as a resource for past, current, and future students. We help these students thrive by recruiting, retaining, and connecting with Latino, Asian, and Native American faculty and staff members. We impact student lives by offering programming, support, friendships, and opportunities for the diverse student body we serve. The LANA Center is located in 154 Millett Hall and is open to the entire Wright State community. We invite you to stop in and connect with us!
Fifth Annual AMIGOS LATINOS GALA
Wright State University Nutter Center
Awards * Dinner * Entertainment
Wright State University and the Office of Latino, Asian, Native American Affairs (LANA) invite you to our fifth annual Amigos Latinos Gala on April 6 at the Wright State University Nutter Center! Enjoy a night of festive music performed by Son Del Caribe, dancing, and an array of Latino dishes, all while supporting the success of Latino students at Wright State.
$75 per ticket, or you can have the chance to sponsor a table to show your support for Latino students!
Our very own President Schrader will attend!
Click here to REGISTER NOW!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:
Office of Latino, Asian, and Native American Affairs
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About the Director
Wright State University named Julia Acosta Director of the Office of Latino Affairs in January 2017. Previously, she worked in an academic unit within the areas of recruitment, retention, programming, career development, social media, and serving student needs are among her talents. During her time as coordinator, she was involved in the Office of Latino Affairs, as the Club Advisor to the student organization on campus, Amigos Latinos Student Association (ALSA). Acosta was a part of the “Latino Dream Team” in 2008.