Diversity & Engagement

What We Do

The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement (DCE) supports the College of Arts & Sciences in its efforts to transform the teaching, learning, and working environment into one of full inclusion and equity for all, to promote and advance the value of global citizenship, and to develop and sustain engagement programs that empower the community and build knowledge while integrating scholarship with real life experience.

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Our Programs


Diversity & Inclusion
Programs

Diversity is integral to excellence in education and thus is central to our educational mission

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Community Engagement Programs/Projects

The work conducted by our engagement unit builds bridges between the larger community and the university.

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Who We Are

Cynthia Ganote
Cynthia Ganote

Assistant Dean for Diversity and Community Engagement

Clest Lanier
Clest Lanier

Community Engagement Program Coordinator

Eric Jordan
Eric Jordan, ABD

Graduate Assistant for Diversity & Inclusion Programs

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