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EVC Diversity & Inclusion Award

The annual Executive Vice Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Awards recognize the significant achievements of faculty, staff, departments and organizations that are developing and enhancing a more culturally diverse, competent and inclusive university community.

Each spring, an individual and a group are honored with this award during a special ceremony highlighting their work. The ceremony includes a keynote address focusing on a timely topic, crucial to advancing diversity and inclusion in our community.

2019 Award Ceremony and Keynote Address
April 25, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
School of Nursing Atrium

Reception to follow in Murphy Lobby

2018 Recipients

2018 Award Winner Todd Moore

W. Todd Moore, MPS
Project Director
Community Partnership for Health

Pictured with EVC Robert Simari and Core Values Committee
Co-chairs Margaret Smith and Neena Sharma

Hebron Kelecha on behalf of Student Diversity Council

Student Diversity Council, represented by Hebron Kelecha

Pictured with EVC Robert Simari and Core Values Committee
Co-chairs Margaret Smith and Neena Sharma

Learn more about past Executive Vice Chancellor's Diversity and Inclusion Award award recipients.

Last modified: Mar 14, 2019
About the Sculpture

EVC Diversity AwardThe Excelsior sculpture was created by local artist Gary Kahle. The design conveys the concept of "ever upward - reaching great heights but continuing to strive for more." The two columns connect to a complete circle, representing how individuals working together can come full circle to do great things.

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