Students celebrate Multicultural Day 2015
Abbey Players' "The Laramie Project" was intended to eliminate discrimination and encourage acceptance
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Multicultural Holiday Dinner to celebrate various cultures represented on campus
Abbey Players' "The Laramie Project" was intended to eliminate discrimination and encourage acceptance

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President's Steering Committee on Inclusiveness

The President's Steering Committee on Inclusiveness will work closely with the president and the cabinet to foster and direct progress toward institution-wide inclusiveness.

Its charge will include, but will not be limited to, the following:

  • Maintain the institutional focus on inclusiveness as a high priority goal.
  • Coordinate campus climate assessment.
  • Regularly monitor and report on institutional progress toward inclusiveness goals.
  • Plan and oversee institution-wide education and training on inclusiveness.
  • Initiate specific proposals to the president regarding inclusiveness.
  • Assist the college to maintain ongoing communication with all its constituencies regarding progress toward inclusiveness.
  • Assist the College in formulating strategies to identify, recruit, and retain an inclusive, mulit-cultural, and diverse student body.

Committee Members, 2015-2016

  • Ahida Pilarski (Assoc. Professor, Theology & Special Assistant to the President for Diversity & Inclusiveness), Chair
  • Julia Feldhaus (Modern Languages and Literature)
  • Sue Gabert (Campus Ministry)
  • Sarah Keefe (Office of International Programs)
  • Dale Kuehne (Politics)
  • Dan Lavoie (Biology)
  • Sybille Legitime (Student '18)
  • Yemi Mahoney (Multi-cultural Center)
  • Michelle (Adams) O'Regan (Office of College Communications and Marketing)
  • Marilu Torres-McCamby (Admission)
  • Donald Stokes (Student '17)
  • Dianna Terrell (Education)
  • Sue Weintraub (Residential Life)
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