Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity Committee 2017
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Diversity Committee (2017-2018)

Mission

 

The Mission of the CLAS Diversity and Inclusion Committee is to ensure a culturally conscious and inclusive environment among our administration, faculty, staff, and students. In our commitment to diversity and inclusion we evaluate, hold accountable, and serve as a resource for college departmental diversity committees. We aspire to be a voice for all members of CLAS to foster active dialogue and initiatives that promote the University’s commitment to an inclusive community.

 

The committee invites your ideas and suggestions, email clasdiversity@villanova.edu

Bryan Stevenson is the author of Just Mercy.

Just Mercy is Bryan Stevenson’s account of his decades-long career as a legal advocate for marginalized people who have been either falsely convicted or harshly sentenced. Stevenson visits Villanova on Friday, Sept. 14.

The Latin American Studies program presents Danielle Brown, PhD, a Caribbean American ethnomusicologist who combines storytelling and song to examine life growing up in the West Indian enclave of East Flatbush, Brooklyn.

Catherine Kerrison is an associate professor of History.

In her new book, Catherine Kerrison, PhD, tells the stories of Martha and Maria Jefferson and Harriet Hemings. Harriet was Jefferson’s daughter from a longstanding relationship he maintained with his slave Sally Hemings.