To advance the conversation on student diversity education campus-wide to develop intercultural competence and provide race and ethnicity related advocacy, services, and programs to promote the intellectual achievement, personal success, and social belonging of all students, faculty, and staff, particularly those from underrepresented and historically marginalized communities.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education, collaborated with colleagues from Bowie State University in Maryland to present research on black males in education at the Institute for Study of African American Child (iSAAC) Conference on Research Directions (CORD) held May 3-6, 2015 in Hilton Head, S.C.
Hundreds of Elon University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Moseley Center on Tuesday to speak out against acts of bias and discrimination that harm the community and devalue the lives of black students.
The 22nd annual event honored students for academic achievement and excellence in the Elon experiences.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education and faculty fellow for the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education, presented a program model for mentoring black males at The Association for Social and Behavioral Scientist, Inc. 80th Annual Conference in Fayetteville, N.C., March 18-22, 2015.
School of Communications seniors Marisa Moody and Erin Turner traveled to the Big Apple in February to participate in the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, the advertising industry’s premier multicultural recruiting initiative.
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