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September 22, 2016

Place Not Race: Debunking the Myths of Hiring Faculty of Color

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Over the past 20 years St. Kate’s Multicultural students enrollment has increased over 300 %, unfortunately, our full-time faculty of color has remained 10 and 11%.

St. Kate's Student Senate & MIPS Presents:

Place Not Race: Debunking the Myths of Hiring Faculty of Color
Monday, September 26, 4:30-6pm
Student Organization Center
2nd Floor, Coeur de Catherine (CdC)

Come and engage with a panel of faculty as they discuss the realities, common myths, and effective strategies when recruiting & retaining faculty of color.

Faculty Panelists:
Pamela Fletcher (English, Critical Studies in Race & Ethnicity)
Tai Coleman (English)
Daniel Williams (Sociology & Critical Studies in Race & Ethnicity)
Sarah Park-Dahlen (Library & Information Science)

Questions? Contact Multicultural & International Programs & Services MIPS@stkate.edu.

For more information on this event, and for other events in this series, visit the links below.