Excellence Summit a Success
April 21, 2010
State and nationally known leaders in higher education, business, government and community agencies attended a forum at UNH April 16 to discuss how to build engaged learning communities in the face of New Hampshire's changing demographics.
“Making Excellence Inclusive: Building Engaged Learning Communities Throughout New Hampshire,” the first statewide conversation to address the impact of changing demographics drew more than 240 people.
Guest speakers included Yolanda Moses, associate vice chancellor of the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Excel lence and vice provost for conflict resolution, University of California-Riverside; Wanda Ward, senior advisor to the director, National Science Foundation; Nancy "Rusty" Barcelo, vice president and vice provost for equity and diversity, University of Minnesota; and Tito Guerrero, president, Cambridge College.
Wanda Mitchell, UNH's vice provost and chief diversity officer, addresses audience at the "Making Excellence Inclusive: Building Engaged Learning Communities Throughout New Hampshire" summit held April 16.
Helen F. Giles-Gee, president of Keene State College at the first-ever state-wide summit held at Holloway Commons.
Gale Britton, vice president recruiting and selection of agency distribution Prudential Financial was one of the guest speakers at the first-ever state-wide summit held at Holloway Commons Friday, April 16, 2010.