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Virtual forum encourages student dialogue on diversity

Diversity discussiion set for April 20A discussion of diversity, to be conducted via Zoom, is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, April 20. Craig A. Miller, associate professor of history/political science, will moderate the exploration of issues surrounding race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality on campus. Organizers anticipate a substantive conversation about developing and fostering a campus culture that promotes the well-being of all Penn College students: “If you’re an ally, advocate, a student from a minority population or someone looking to learn more about these issues, this forum is for you.” To obtain the meeting ID and password, email the Office of Student Engagement.

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