Perspectives on Diversity & Inclusion Speaker Series: Faculty Fellows Program–Caitlin Kerrigan

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Caitlin Kerrigan

Faculty Fellows Program

Established in 1984, the Faculty Fellows consists of 60 exceptional faculty members who bring the feel of a small liberal arts college to a large, Research I university. With backgrounds ranging from Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering to Gender & Women’s Studies, there is one thing that all Faculty Fellows have in common – an unwavering commitment to student success. Each fellow is assigned to one of 44 sites on campus including residence halls, cultural centers, and Arizona Athletics. Spending dedicated time at their site each week provides students with an opportunity to build relationships with faculty outside of the classroom, breaking down traditional barriers and encouraging feelings of mattering and belonging. In this presentation, the Coordinator of Faculty Programs will recruit faculty fellows from across campus to speak about their experiences in the program, how the Fellows program benefits both students and faculty, and next steps for the program and creating a diverse and inclusive campus community.

Brought to you by: the CALS Diversity & Inclusion Council and the Office for Diversity & Inclusive Excellence


Aug. 29, 2018 Noon to 1 p.m.


Forbes Building, Room 124A

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