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How Can A Campus Be A Model Community?

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This question takes up President Aoun’s challenge from three years ago where he urged the campus to be a model for rather than a microcosm of society.  As this semester begins and as the university community is involved in an academic planning process, President Aoun has asked all of us to deepen our efforts to promote diversity on campus and to foster inclusion in Boston and the wider world. A panel of faculty, as well as staff from student and community affairs, will engage in a conversation with the audience on how a campus can be a model community.

Panelists: 

  • Ellen Cushman – Dean’s Professor of Civic Sustainability; Professor of English; Director, Civic Sustainability, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiatives; College of Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Delia Cheung Hom – Director, Northeastern’s Asian American Center
  • Derek Lumpkins – Director of Neighborhood Partnerships and Programs, Northeastern Crossing
  • Shaya Gregory Poku – Program Director, Northeastern’s Social Justice Resource Center
  • Dov Waxman – Professor of Political Science, International Affairs, and Israel Studies; Co-Director, Northeastern’s Middle East Center; College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Moderator:

  • Margaret Burnham – Professor of Law; Director, Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, School of Law

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