Monday, April 15, 2019
In the fall of 2015, like students at many other colleges across the country, CMC students drew attention to their concerns around diversity and campus climate. From establishing the CARE Center to expanding DOS services to increasing student aid, much has been done. This work is never complete. Come join Nyree Gray and Dianna "DT" Graves '98 to share your perspectives on how we can best inform these ongoing efforts.
At this working lunch, Nyree Gray, Assistant Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Civil Rights Officer at CMC and Dianna Graves, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at CMC will speak about campus initiatives, past and present. At tables hosted by D&I Committee members, attendees will be asked to share their own views about what's been accomplished, what’s yet to be done, and best next steps and priorities. RAs, students affiliated with the CARE Center, FYGs, affinity group leaders, ASCMC members, and club leaders are encouraged to attend so that in the future they can share perspectives with the broader community.
The lunch is open to everyone at CMC. Please come be a part of this important discussion!