Groups, individuals recognized for excellence in diversity
Groups and individuals who have exemplified diversity and inclusion in extraordinary ways will be honored with Excellence in Diversity Awards at the 2014 All-University Excellence in Diversity Awards Ceremony and Reception Feb. 3.
Recipients of the MLK Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research Award, International Student Essay Contest, the Multicultural Heroes Hall of Fame Case Competition and High School Martin Luther King Jr. Case Competition also will be recognized at the convocation held at 4 p.m. at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
Following is a list of EIDA recipients.
Emerging Progress Award – individual
Joseph Grimm, journalism instructor, College of Communication Arts and Sciences
Adam Kruse, music education doctoral student, College of Music
Sustained Effort Toward Excellence in Diversity Award – individual
Elahe Crockett, associate professor of medicine, College of Human Medicine
Emerging Progress Award – teams
INQUIRE Program Leadership Team, Lyman Briggs College
Sustained Effort Toward Excellence in Diversity Award – teams
Multiple Identity Intersections Lab, Department of Psychology, College of Social Science
Advancing Global Competency – teams
WorldTAP Program Team, Department of Psychology, College of Social Science Students
Making a Difference Through Artistic Expression Award
Kristian Gore, international relations and anthropology senior, College of Social Science
Kanza Khan, international relations and Muslim studies senior, James Madison College
Mikaela Chambers, psychology junior, College of Social Science
More information on EIDA can be found here.