Penn State DuBois - Many Lions, One Pride
Diversity at Penn State DuBois means "Understanding, accepting and respecting the array of human differences including gender, age, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, mental and physical ability, socio-economic background, geographic experience, nationality, religion, veteran status, and other observable and non-observable differences among people."
Penn State DuBois is committed to providing the support structures and framework for students, faculty, staff and administration from all backgrounds to foster healthy diversity and multicultural dynamics, guided by the Penn State DuBois Framework to Foster Diversity and leading the Penn State system and higher education in Pennsylvania in equipping all students, faculty and staff on campus with the skills and perspectives needed to achieve at the highest level of academic and career performance.
Whether you are at Penn State DuBois for your education or for your career, we welcome you to take advantage of the range of programs, discussions, social events, resources, guest lectures and events we offer.
Framework to Foster Diversity
Penn State DuBois' commitment to diversity on campus is expressed in many ways. Our 2010-2015 Framework to Foster Diversity lists seven goals for our campus' diversity efforts:
- Develop a shared and inclusive understanding of diversity
- Create a welcoming campus climate
- Recruit and retain a diverse student body
- Recruit and retain a diverse workforce
- Develop a curriculum that fosters U.S. and international cultural competence
- Diversifying University leadership and management
- Coordinating organizational change to support our diversity goals
Campus Diversity Committee
The Campus Diversity Committee consists of Penn State DuBois faculty, staff, administration and students who meet to support diversity initiatives on campus such as classroom and co-curricular opportunities, student engagement programs, activities and events, as well as working to implement diversity and inclusion at every level of campus educational and operational development.
Marly Doty, Lecturer in Human Development and Family Studies, Co-Chair - [email protected]
Jessica Clontz, Lecturer and Program Coordinator of Human Development and Family Studies
Diana Kreydt, Disability Resources and CUE Coordinator
Colleen Lanzoni, Campus Counselor
Brittany Stanton, Student Engagement Coordinator
Rebecca Pennington, Director of Student Affairs
Selena Price, Lecturer, Administration of Justice
Tharren Thompson, Adult Enrollment Coordinator
Everlyn Nyadwera, Associate Professor & Coordinator of Business and Economics
If you would like to submit comments, concerns or ideas for the Diversity Team to consider at our scheduled meetings, please contact us at [email protected].