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Title: Trumbull Campus Diversity Advisory Council


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Trumbull CampusDiversity Advisory Council
  • Report to UDAC 050408

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Mission Statement
The Kent State University Trumbull Campus
recognizes that, as an institution of higher
education, we have the responsibility and are
committed to fostering an environment which
appreciates and celebrates diversity. The
appreciation of characteristics -- such as race,
ethnicity, gender, age, national origin,
socioeconomic background and (dis)ability -- is a
vital lesson of higher learning. This Campus is
enhanced by having a diverse faculty, staff, and
student body. The purpose of the Trumbull
Campus Diversity Council is to raise an awareness
of diversity on our campus, as well as within our
community moreover, the mission is not only to
embrace diversity, but to encourage this attitude
in others through educational and artistic
programming as we strive for excellence in our
endeavors.
3
Trumbull Cultural Diversity Council
  • Chairman Mr. Robert G. Sines, Interim Dean
  • Co-Chairman Mrs. Evelina L. Smith

The Trumbull Campus Cultural Diversity Council
consists of fourteen individuals including the
Chairman, Mr. Robert G. Sines, Interim Dean
4
Trumbull Cultural Diversity Council (cont.)
  • Men
  • Dr. Blaih Dr. Daniel Nadon Dr. John
    Robertson, Mr. Robert G. Sines
  • Women
  • Mrs. Cooney Dr. He Dr. Licuanan Dr.
    Lieske Dr. Merryman Ms. Murray Dr. Robinson
    Ms. Schroeder Dr. Seachrist Ms. Shively Mrs.
    Smith
  • Minorities
  • Ms. Murray, Mrs. Smith
  • International
  • Dr. Blaih Dr. He Dr. Licuanan
  • Faculty
  • Dr. Blaih Dr. He Dr. Licuanan Dr. Lieske
    Dr. Merryman Dr. Nadon Dr. Robinson Ms.
    Schroeder Dr. Seachrist Mr. Sines Mrs. Smith
  • Staff
  • Mrs. Cooney Ms. Murray Dr. Robertson Dr.
    Seachrist Ms. Shively Mr. Sines Mrs. Smith
  • Student
  • Mrs. Cooney

5
Minority Enrollment
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Trumbull County Population2000 U.S. Census
Kent Trumbull (SP 05) 38.2 Male 61.8 Female
108,96948.4
116,147 51.6
Total Population 225,116
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Trumbull County Demographics2000 U.S. Census
Minority 10.5 of population
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Full-time Faculty Gender and Ethnicity
Total Faculty 16.9 minority
9
Full-time Staff and Administrators Gender and
Ethnicity
Total Staff Administrators 11.4 minority
10
Diversity Programming - 2003
  • Workforce Development Workshop Universal
    Design Housing Solutions for the Disabled
  • In a new home or owned home how to design and
    layout optimum areas to aid the physically
    challenged.
  • Workforce Development Workshop How to Apply
    for a Small Loan
  • Helping women start a business
  • Kent Trumbull Performing Arts Series
  • Mei Han and Randy Raine-Reusch (modern Chinese)
    Popular and classical musical performance

11
Diversity Programming - 2004
  • Red Hawk Workshop Native Americans
  • Arts, dances, foods and how American Traditions
    impact Native American Traditions
  • African/American History Month.
  • Culturally diverse activities, arts, and various
    presentations by African Americans
  • Road Not Taken Workshop Tenth grade girls
    from Trumbull County Schools
  • Developmental programming for young ladies

12
Diversity Programming 2004 (cont.)
  • Speaker and Lecturer I.B./M.C., Philosophy Club
    and Criminal Justice Club
  • Dr. Cornell West, Afro-American Studies and
    Philosophy of Religion from Princeton University
  • Sojourner Truth Play I.B./M.C., Campus
    Community and Warren Community
  • A play with Dr. Daniel Nadon and student
    directing
  • Variety and Fashion Show at and with the Rebecca
    Williams Community Center I.B./M.C. and the
    Young Black Mens Association
  • Entertainment for both campus and the community

13
Minority Student Outreach
  • Program Officer for Multicultural Recruitment
  • Works collaboratively with all twenty feeder
    schools and the Guidance Counselors in Trumbull
    and Mahoning counties. Works with Pre-College
    Programs such as Upward Bound Program and
    community agencies dedicated to diversity which
    continues to strengthen relationships within the
    community.
  • Continuous Progress 2004-2005
  • Advertising in Buckeye Review for Open House and
    Special Recruitment Days.
  • Radio Advertising with 102 JAMS
  • Bi-annual contacts with minority-owned businesses
  • Bi-annual mailings and College Planning Seminars
    with faith-based organizations
  • Serve on minority-focused advisory steering
    committees

14
Minority Student Outreach (cont.)
  • September October
  • Program Officer for Multicultural Programs work
    closely with Kent Campus, and Upward Bound
    Program staff to implement outreach to students
    in Trumbull County.
  • October November
  • Recruitment travels to high schools with high
    minority population in Trumbull and Mahoning
    counties.
  • Fall Open House Program and Academic Discovery
    Day
  • COMPASS/Trumbull Orientation Placement Scheduling
    System (TOPSS)
  • March
  • Multicultural Student Day
  • Upward Bound Program, an on Trumbull Campus visit
    program
  • ACT College Planning Talks
  • Spring travels to high feeder schools
  • COMPASS/ Trumbull Orientation Placement
    Scheduling System (TOPPS)
  • April August
  • Spring travels to high feeder schools and student
    follow-up conversion activities
  • Upward Bound activities
  • COMPASS / Trumbull Orientation Placement
    Scheduling System (TOPPS)

15
New Hires Fall 2004
  • 3 Faculty
  • 2 Females (White)
  • 1 Male (Asian)
  • 2 Staff
  • 1 Female (African American)
  • 1 Male (African American)

16
Diversity Challenge
  • Continue to create Campus awareness, with
    involvement in diverse activities for faculty,
    staff and students.
  • To hire more diverse individuals to represent
    minority groups on the Trumbull Campus.
  • Networking with community groups that deal with
    diversity issues.
  • Increasing attendance at events on Trumbull
    Campus and with community organizations.
  • Strengthen diversity in the curriculum.
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