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Students to take part in fifth annual diversity fair at Union Hospital

March 19, 2012


Indiana State University students will again play a major role this yer in Union Hospital's annual Diversity Fair.

The fifth such event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 28 in Union East Atrium A and B.

Individuals from local international societies, clubs, and ISU student associations will set up booths to represent countries from around the world. They will present various cultures and customs using ethnic food, traditional apparel, and informational material.

The purpose of the fair is to educate employees about the unique characteristics of their diverse patients, co-workers and family members so that they can improve their service quality to the community, said Csilla Stewart, one of the organizers of the event.

The fair is free and open to Union Hospital staff, patients and the public. For more information, contact Csilla Stewart at

Contact: Csilla Stewart at


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ISU student associations will join individuals from international societies and clubs at Union Hospital's fifth annual diversity fair, scheduled for March 28 at the hospital.

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