The Diversity Advisory Board is a broadly representative, deliberative group that meets to consider matters that concern the campus community especially with regards to diversity. Its mission concerns the well-being of the community—its capacity for collegiality and the pursuit of the commonweal while preserving an excellent education for all students Apply here.
The President's Staff Advisory Council and the Stephen Robert '62 Campus Center present Shamrock Bingo on Friday, March 16th at the Kasper Multi-Purpose Room. Come join SAC and your fellow staff members for a fun and relaxing lunch time experience. We will have two lunch time sessions from 12-1pm and 1-2pm — stop by when you can for free pizza and a chance to win prizes! Add to your Google Calendar.
A note from Beth Gentry, Assistant Vice President of Business and Financial Services:
"Within a short time of our relocation to South Street Landing, it became evident that crossing Eddy Street was a hazard. Much like SAC, myself and others involved in the SSL project began to hear complaints with respect to crosswalk safety in the Jewelry District. In an effort to address the concerns, I have been meeting with key administrators and Public Safety from Brown, URI, and RIC, along with RIPTA, SSL building management and the City of Providence (Public Works, DOT) and through our efforts several steps to mitigate the situation have been implemented including:
On Thursday October 19, 2017 SAC members gathered together at Roger Williams National Memorial to give back to the Providence Community. Participants spent the morning cleaning the parking lot, raking leaves, and removing debris. The cleanup has become an annual SAC event and we have established a great relationship with the park rangers! SAC members even got a quick history lesson about the development of the area. If you are interested in arranging a departmental volunteer opportunity at Roger Williams National Memorial please contact SAC at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.