Inclusion Bulletin

The Saint Anselm College Inclusion Bulletin is designed to provide information and reflections on campus activities and events pertaining to diversity and inclusion.


Current Bulletin

A Word from Dr. Diaz

As the pace of the semester quickens, so too quickens nature’s unfurling of bright green sprigs and sprouts on the Hilltop. As current issues around the globe illustrate human suffering, we hold fast to nature as a healing balm. This issue of the Inclusion Bulletin, pays tribute to the Asian Diaspora with programming and events to increase awareness. Hear from student athlete Josie Hulbert ’22, who reflects on the rich diversity in Manchester. As well as from Yihe “Chloe” Peng ’23 who talks about her experiences being awarded an innovation grant to see her collaborations come to life.

I also write to update Anselmians on our collective progress. This issue of the bulletin introduces the Saint Anselm College Vision 2025 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Action Plan. President Joseph A. Favazza appointed co-chairs Dr. Ande Diaz and Dr. Ward Holder who worked with over 30 college community members to develop the DEI Action Plan. This bulletin’s “Did You Know” section includes information for the college community to review a draft of the action plan and to submit comments/suggestions on the MyAnselm Portal.

Finally, this issue of the Inclusion Bulletin ends with upcoming happenings as the semester closes. Don’t miss “Fuel Up For Finals” free Iced Coffee and Donuts at the Office for Diversity & Inclusion on May 11!

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