The overall commitment of the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Louisiana Monroe (ULM) is to create a welcoming campus climate that supports the rights of individuals and reflects respect for diverse cultures, backgrounds and ideas. In order to implement this commitment, CEHD will increase its understanding of the challenges and opportunities involved in serving a diverse population; handle diversity issues with sensitivity and awareness of local/district interests and attitudes; model awareness and appreciation of diversity within our organization and encourage dialog and collaboration across all lines of difference within our communities.The Diversity Committee is recognized under the authority of the Dean of the College of Education and Human Development to serve in an advisory capacity to the Dean.
In its efforts to be representative of all aspects of the college, the Diversity Committee will be comprised of the following members:
Dr. Leonard Clark, Associate Dean
Dr. Sherlyn Powell, Curriculum and Instruction
Dr. Yolanda Dupree, Counseling
Dr. Lynn Clark, Chair; Curriculum, Instruction and Leadership
Visit the CEHD Culture Connection Calendar for related news and annoucements
3/16/11 Diversity Forum
11/10/10 The CEHD Diversity Forum brought together over 140 students and featured members of a
diverse panel representing the Muslim Student Association, the Wesley
Foundation, the Gay/Straight Alliance, the International Student
Organization and Delta Sigma Theta. The program began with a five minute
introduction by each speaker describing how his or her organization
supports diversity at ULM.