Inclusion and Engagement Staff
Who is the Associate Dean of Inclusion and Engagement?
The Associate Dean's primary responsibility is to provide leadership and vision to divisional initiatives on inclusion and engagement throughout the student experience. In partnership with other student life staff and colleagues in academic affairs, faculty, and students, she generates the development of strategic goals and creative programs for departments under her supervision.
The Associate Dean provides direction and supervision for the staff and programs of the following departments: Office of Intercultural Education including the Assistant Deans of Intercultural Education and advisors for students of African descent, Asian descent, and Latinx students and providing oversight of the Harambee House and Acorns House. She also supervises the staff in the Slater International Center and the LGBTQ Programs and Services.
What is the Office of Intercultural Education?
The mission of the Office of Intercultural Education is to promote the cultural competence development of students through intercultural activities and programs. It also provides support and advocacy for students of color and students who identify as LGBTQIA through Acorns and Harambee Houses and the LGBTQ Programs and Services.
What is the Slater International Center?
This was the purpose of the Center, as established by the benefactors Priscilla Allen Slater ’16 and her husband Ellis Dwinnell Slater in the 1970s. Today, the Center continues to focus on the advancement of this mission through its activities, services, and involvement in the larger College community.