The Office of Inclusive Excellence is pleased to announce the 2018-19  cohort of Diversity Associates.
Diversity Associates are partnered with a faculty mentor to develop and implement projects that focus on one or more of the following areas: race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, national origin, disability, gender, sexual identity, age, and/or religious viewpoints.
Expected outcomes are either (1) conference proposal, article submission or book chapter, (2) a plan for pedagogical innovations including a description of initial steps completed, (3) immersive learning grant application or undergraduate research product, (4) plan for conducting a diversity dialogue, or (5) the development of an idea for a grant project or grant submission.
 

Diversity Associate Mentors 2018-19

                                                                                                               

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                                        David Concepcion             James Connolly        Melinda Messineo 


Diversity Associates 2018-19

 

Shaheen Borna
Shaheen Borna
Professor of Marketing
Miller College of Business
Project: Institutional Diversity: Measurement, Assessment, and Policy Recommendations

Russell Wahlers

Russell Wahlers
Department Chair, Dept of Marketing and Associate Professor
Marketing Miller College of Business
Project: Institutional Diversity: Measurement, Assessment, and
Policy Recommendations                                                                                                                       

Rani Crowe

Rani Deighe Crowe
Assistant Professor of English
College of Sciences & Humanities
Project: Building Inclusive Media Canons for Teacher and Instructor Resources

Jeff Spanke
Jeff Spanke
Assistant Professor of English
College of Sciences & Humanities
Project: Building Inclusive Media Canons for
Teacher and Instructor Resources

 

Jennifer Erickson

Jennifer Erickson
Associate Professor of Anthropology
College of Sciences & Humanities
Project: Race-ing Fargo: Refugees, Citizenship,
and the Transformation of Small Cities
 

 Jeongyoon Lee

Jeongyoon Lee
Assistant Professor of Political Science
College of Sciences & Humanities
Project: How to Combat Social Loneliness among
Older People in Muncie and Delaware County.

 

Sangwon Lee
Sangwon Lee
Associate Professor of Marketing
Miller College of Business  
Project: When Does the Brand Name Alleviate
the Brand Origin Effect? Interplay of Brand Name
and Brand Origin on Brand Evaluation.


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Jay Kandiah

Jayanthi Kandiah
Nutrition & Health Science
College of Health
Project: Pre-Employment Needs Assessment of Physically Disabled University Students



Diana Saiki

Professor of Fashion Merchandising
Miller College of Business 
Project: Pre-Employment Needs Assessment of
Physically Disabled University Students
 

Kaugman
Alexander Kaufman
The Reed D. Voran Distinguished Professor of Humanities
Honors College
Project: HONR 390: Diversity, Disability and Ableism in
Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

Shuning

Shuning Liu
Assistant Professor of Curriculum Studies
Teachers College
Project: Constructing Educational Success: The Children of Chinese Immigrants and Their Supplementary Education in the U.S.