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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)
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Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, 2nd floor, Insalaco Hall (closest parking lot by Bevevino Library and Mercy Hall - look for the transparent shuttle bus shelter)

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Kas Williams, Associate Vice President for Mission Integration & Institutional Diversity

Kas Williams
Associate Vice President for Mission Integration and Institutional Diversity

570-674-3060
Banks Student Life Center 114
 
 
 

Office of Mission Integration and Institutional Diversity:

The office of Mission Integration and Institutional Diversity serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff. The office provides educational programming focused on celebrating diverse cultures, traditions, ideas, and backgrounds in addition to providing opportunities for the campus community to engage in dialogue about inequity and social justice. Programs include speakers, trainings, workshops, community conversations, off-campus trips, and heritage celebrations. Additionally, the office of Mission Integration and Institutional Diversity advocates for underrepresented identities on campus to ensure that all community members feel welcomed on campus.

Goals:

  • Provide experiences and information that raise cultural awareness for the campus community highlighting cultural differences
  • Encourage participation in activities that promote social responsibility
  • Promote an inclusive community by providing education that values mutual respect, appreciation, and acceptance of diverse identities
  • Advocate for underrepresented identities when assessing programmatic efforts and facility improvements on campus

Events

MLK Week

MLK Week

 

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Black History Month

Black History Month

 

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