For questions about our diversity initiatives please contact:
Dr. Adriel Hilton
Human Services Department
91 Killian Bldg Ln, Rm. 209G
Dr. Lisa Bloom
School of Teaching & Learning
91 Killian Bldg Ln, Rm. 203C4
To see a schedule of diversity events, check out
our Diversity Dialogue Facebook page:
Applications are currently being accepted for the Rural-Urban Exchange.
The College of Education and Allied Professions supports policies and practices that focus on the promotion and valuing of diversity. The College is committed to designing, implementing and evaluating curricula and experiences and for ensuring that candidates have experiences working with diverse faculty, diverse candidates, and diverse students in P-12 schools and other social service settings. This will ensure that our candidates have the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to help all students and clients.
What is Diversity?
We define diversity broadly to include exceptionalities, race, ethnicity, culture, religious background, gender, linguistic differences, socioeconomic level, and any of the other ways our society defines human and group differences, including age, geography, sexual orientation and national origin.
Who are We?
The CEAP Diversity Committee is comprised of faculty, staff, and students who represent the College of Education and Allied Profssions, other colleges in Academic Affairs, staff in Student Affairs, and administrators from across the campus.
Dr. Dan Grube sharing a technology tool with a group of students at Portmore, JA.