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The panel, titled “Hearing Diverse Voices: Students of Color Speak About Their Experiences at CMU,” was created by educational leadership faculty member Matt Johnson, who is the chair of the Multicultural and Diversity Education Council (MDEC), a committee within Academic Senate.
Belsito said she didn't expect any media response to her actions.
The discussion will include pre-planned questions from Johnson and questions the audience members write down and submit during the event.
“The flag acts as a thread between histories."
According to University Communications, Roth worked with Michigan congressmen to increase federal support for CMU programs and brought federal officials to CMU’s campus so they could see the work CMU does firsthand.
After earning her Music Theater in December, Sullivan is the recipient of the 2018 Kennedy Center's ACTF National Musical Theatre Award for her original musical, "Fostered Love."
Parliamentarian Winnifred Walsh said further tabling the legislation would place the responsibility on the new administration because the current meeting, held in the Bovee University Center Auditorium on April 2, was the year's last.
This year, the flag raising moved to April to honor Warriner’s presidency and his involvement in the pre-World War I Peace Movement.
Davison said the three committees — Departments and Colleges, Academic Support and Responsibility Centered Management — are almost done with their reports. They will be sent to President George Ross upon completion.
Howard was the last of four candidates to participate in forums for CMU’s vice president and chief diversity officer.
“What I hope I’ve been able to communicate tonight is that indeed culture does measure human life,” Lewis said. “The arts, in fact, have been the tools that we have used to create the very society in which we are honored to live together.”
Elections Director Jackie Smith said SGA created the event, which took place March 29 at the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium, in an effort to make the tickets' platforms more accessible to students with busy schedules.
León spoke on his experience photographing smugglers in Mexico on March 28 in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium.
Megan Goodwin, acting associate dean of the College of Education and Human Services is the chair of the committee carrying out the search. She said the search began during the Fall 2017 semester. The position should be filled this summer, according to University Communications.
The nine-person search committee aims to fill the position by July.
Both tickets prioritize: outreach to Registered Student Organizations and Greek Life and emphasize following up with legislation after it has been passed to ensure implementation on campus; mental health and sustainability regarding the environment; and finances of the organization.
A University of Pennsylvania alumnus, Miller said he has worked with faculty at CMU in the past and a consultant for Teaching for Inclusion.
Speakers and audience members alike emphasized the effects of media, career paths and appearance assumptions have over women on March 27 in the Charles V. Park Library Auditorium. This was in honor Women's History Month, which concludes by next week.
Grand Rapids senior Emily Tulecki and Fowler junior Madison Koenigsknecht presented “Interventions to Reduce Mood Disorder Symptoms in University Students.”