Friday, May 5, 2017
This panel during the Women’s Leadership Council’s 125 Years of Women at Brown Conference will explore questions including: How are diversity and inclusion faring on our campuses today, 40 years after the Lamphere case forced institutional changes at Brown and heralded a new era? Are our educational institutions keeping up with the social and intellectual diversity of the global economy? What work remains? How are faculty and student diversity impacting education and advancing knowledge?
Note: You must be registered for the conference to attend this event.
Tanya Hernandez ’86, P’20
Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Law and Justice at Fordham Law School
Christine Grant ’84
Professor, Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Associate Dean of Faculty Development & Special Initiatives, College of Engineering, NC State U.
Joelle Murchison ’95
Associate Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, University of Connecticut
Hanna Rodriguez-Farrar ’87, AM’90, PhD’09
Vice President of Public Affairs and University Relations at Dominican University of California
Susan P. Sturm ’76
Professor, Law & Social Responsibility, Columbia Law School
(Distributed February 22, 2017)