Institutional Diversity Hosts Second Installment of Difficult Dialogues

Texas Tech faculty, staff and students will gather to discuss “Constitutional Carry.”

WHAT: The Texas Tech University Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center (CCAAC) will host a panel discussion on “Constitutional Carry.” The topic focuses on weapon safety and upcoming legislation. 

Ron Milam, associate professor in the Department of History and interim executive director of the Institute for Peace and Conflict, will mediate the discussion between the audience and the four panelists. The members of the panel include:

WHEN: Noon Tuesday (March 7)

WHERE: Student Union Building, Senate Room

CONTACT: Ruben Lopez, unit coordinator, Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center, Division for Institutional Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-7801 or 

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Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center


The Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center was founded in 2007. It's purpose is to provide students, faculty, staff and members with the opportunity to be involved in programs and activities which promote the discussion and awareness of diversity and inclusion excellence.