President Ron Liebowitz, keynote speaker Bryan Stevenson and student speakers addressed the graduating class.
The Psychology department released a DEI survey and announced plans to review the results this summer.
Chief Diversity Officer Brimhall-Vargas accepts new position at Fenway Health and will be leaving the University in the summer
Brimhall-Vargas announced he will be departing from the University to take on the role of Executive Vice President for Racial Equity and Social Justice at Fenway Health.
Talton expressed a longing to return to the “radical politics” of the 1980s.
Prof. Joseph Assan (Heller), Tawiah Agyarko-Kwarteng and Rose Dodd spoke about the impact of the pandemic on certain African industries and communities.
Zack-Williams spoke about the importance of anti-racist development in the wake of police brutality
Jaqueline Saper shared her complicated relationship with identity the her country of birth
Maxwell stressed the importance of transformation and “the losers” in relation to positive development.
Prof. Astrid Eichhorn spoke about the role of virtual meetings in cutting emissions.
The University will continue to monitor the state of the pandemic in relation to study abroad as summer approaches.