The Black Cultural Middle (BCC) is once more celebrating the various great and very important contributions made by our college, scholar, alumni, and workers group on the College of Utah with the fourth annual Black College and Workers Awards. In partnership with the Black College & Workers affiliation and the Workplace of Alumni Relations, the BCC will honor the awardees on Saturday, February 25 from 6-9 p.m. within the College of Utah’s Cleone Peterson Eccles Alumni Home. Everyone seems to be welcome and attendees are requested to RSVP for the occasion.
This 12 months a dozen college workers, college, and college students have been chosen to obtain honors—however particular awards will solely be introduced on the night of the BCC award occasion, so everybody is inspired to attend and cheer on their colleagues! Awardees this 12 months are being acknowledged for his or her contributions in a formidable variety of areas. From group initiatives to campus management, to revolutionary lab and fieldwork, to scholarship, and scholar mentoring and help, this 12 months’s recipients are remodeling campus and group by means of their superb work.
Awardees this 12 months embody:
- Sumiko Anderson, Assistant Professor (scientific) and a College Area Liaison within the School of Social Work
- Domeda Duncan, Advertising and marketing Supervisor for the Division of Enrollment Administration
- Keke Fairfax, Co-director, IM-PREP Program; affiliate professor and director, Range, Fairness, and Inclusion, Division of Pathology, Faculty of Medication
- Rachel Alicia Griffin, Affiliate Professor of Race and Communication and Affiliate Chair within the Division of Communication
- Manny Hendrix, Senior Affiliate Athletics Director for Alumni Engagement and Technique
- Bryan Hubain, Affiliate Vice President for Pupil Growth and Inclusion within the Division of Pupil Affairs
- Bethany Hardwig, Director of Particular Tasks on the Workplace of Alumni Relations
- Hilda Echilibe, co-chair, Black Graduate Pupil Affiliation and fourth 12 months graduate scholar within the Bettini Lab, Division of Pathology
- Tashelle Wright, postdoctoral fellow in Division of College & Preventative Medication
- Nia Brooks, second-year undergraduate pursuing Honors diploma in Biology with an emphasis on Anatomy and Physiology and a minor in African American Research
- Jasmin Clardy, Black Pupil Union Advisor and Black/African American Pupil Engagement Coordinator within the Middle of Fairness and Pupil Belonging (CESB)
- Pleasure Pierce, Affiliate Professor, Division of Writing & Rhetoric Research and affiliate in Latin American Research
Please make sure that to RSVP—then be a part of us for the Black College & Workers Award ceremony on the night of February 25 to rejoice these great campus and group champions.
The Black College and Workers Awards is a part of Black Historical past Month and the IntersectX12 initiative. IntersectX12 (“intersect occasions twelve”) is a reminder that we should attempt to honor people’ intersecting identities not solely throughout nationally acknowledged months, so we encourage you to honor, rejoice, and interact with our communities each day, 12 months a 12 months. As members of underrepresented teams have made and proceed to make numerous contributions to our campus group, IntersectX12 serves as a year-round acknowledgment of the work being carried out to create an inclusive area the place everybody feels they belong
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