Committee on Race, Ethnicity and Reconciliation (MICAH)
Develop goals, policies, programming, and practices that create an inclusive and supportive campus climate for students and employees from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds (Diversity Committee or Administrative Offices).
Propose ways to dismantle racist practices and policies that exist within the College (Diversity Committee or Administrative Offices).
Provide input and recommendations to the Diversity Committee on issues of race and ethnicity.
Create safe spaces for dialogue around questions of race, ethnicity, and diversity.
Hear and process campus climate concerns regarding racial and ethnic issues expressed by students and/or employees.
Act as a resource for groups working on issues of race and ethnicity, including implementing the diversity plan.
Provide guidance and support to the Diversity Committee and Office of Multicultural Programs.
Conduct reviews of institutional policies and governance structures to assure that they support the needs of students and employees from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Remain informed and provide recommendations for educating and training employees and students in the areas of racism, cultural diversity, campus climate, and inclusive excellence.
Provide guidance and input to the Martin Scholar’s program.
Implement responsibilities established for Micah in the Diversity Strategic Plan.
2013-2014 MICAH Committee Members:
Director of Multicultural Programs
Associate Professor of Economics & Development
Professor of Human Development & Family Science
Chair of MICAH, Associate Professor of Biology
President, ISA/MuKappa Club & Student
President, Multicultural Council Club & Student
Martin Scholar & Student
Residence Life, RD