President Crow and other ASU leadership team members will discuss the role of inclusion and the environment of innovation that drives the university’s success. ASU is the leading innovative public university in the country and it has one of the most diverse campus communities and a robust set of community engagement initiatives. This panel comes at a time when recent events at universities throughout the nation have focused attention on issues of student and faculty diversity, campus climate and inclusion.

Creating Success by Whom We Include: A Dialogue with ASU President Michael M. Crow
Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016
11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV (ISTB-4), Marston Exploration Theater, Tempe campus [map]
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The ASU Faculty Women of Color Caucus presents this special event moderated by Delia Saenz, associate professor of psychology at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, featuring the following panelists:

Michael M. Crow — President, Arizona State University
Ray Anderson — Vice President for University Athletics
Bryan Brayboy — President’s Professor, School of Social Transformation; Director, Center for Indian Education; Special Advisor to President Crow on American Indian Initiatives
Edmundo Hidalgo — Vice President for Outreach Partnerships
Colleen Jennings-Roggensack — Executive Director, ASU Gammage; Assistant Vice President of Cultural Affairs

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