Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA)

About

The Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA) exists on campus as a resource for past, current, and future students. We help you thrive by recruiting, retaining, and connecting with Latinx, Asian, and Native American faculty and staff members. We offering programming, support, friendships, and opportunities for the diverse student body we serve. We provide cross-cultural education, leadership, and organization development opportunities for the Wright State community and offer a second home and safe space for your cultural and social development. We are a model for the Midwest to raise the level of educational attainment and increase the number of underrepresented students at universities. We strive to recruit, retain, graduate, connect, and advance Latinx, Asian, and Native American students at Wright State University.

Events

Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 11 am to 2 pm
Apollo Room, Student Union
Friday, April 5, 2019, 6 pm to 10 pm
Apollo Room, Student Union

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Julia Acosta, M.Ed.

Department:
Chief Diversity Office
Title:
Director, Latino, Asian, and Native American Affairs
Address:
Student Union 186, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Mia Honaker

Department:
Chief Diversity Office
Title:
Administrative Support Coordinator
Address:
Millett Hall 154, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Autumn Rose Brown

Graduate Student
Student college:
College of Liberal Arts
Student major:
Public Administration

About the Director

Wright State University named Julia Acosta the director of Latinx, Asian, and Native American 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. During her time as coordinator, she was involved in the Office of Latino Affairs, as the club advisor to the, Amigos Latinos Student Association (ALSA), a student organization on campus.