We are thrilled to have Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, the Steve Charles Professor of Media, Cities, and Solutions at Temple University as our 2018 Expressions of King’s Legacy keynote speaker on January 25th from 12p.m. – 2p.m., RIT Gordon Field House.
As the Fall semester comes to a close, we wanted to catch up with our Men of Color, Honor and Ambition (MOCHA) and Women of Color, Honor and Ambition (WOCHA) students on their first semester experience. They’ve had a busy semester with their academics in addition to participating in an intensive leadership development program.
The Division of Diversity and Inclusion in partnership with Finance and Administration will be commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on his birthday and we don’t want you to miss out! Dr. Howard Ward, Associate Vice President, Student Auxiliary Services will be our Master of Ceremonies.
This event is free and everyone is welcomed. As always, we encourage you to bring your colleagues, students, family and friends. You’re in for an inspiring experience with captivating performances and reflections that will leave you in awe.
Stephen Covey (2004) identifies this phrase in his The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People; it connotes the need for all of us to engage in self-examination regarding our teaching skills, behaviors, attitudes, and coping skills – when we encounter change. What kind of change?
“There is an international student in my class from a country that I never heard of.”
“This male student in my class hands in his homework with a woman’s name on it.”