The University of Arkansas envisions a world committed to inclusivity, where diversity, equity, access and civility are valued as a part of our culture, climate and everyday lives. The University’s Office for Diversity and Inclusion strives to make this vision a reality by reinforcing inclusive excellence in everything we say and do. We have a responsibility as engaged citizens to consistently incorporate behaviors and practices that support an inclusive environment on campus, in Arkansas and everywhere.
2020 DIVERSITY & INCLUSION SENIOR HIGHLIGHTS
We are so proud of the Class of 2020. The Office for Diversity and Inclusion would like to recognize the following students for their contributions in making diversity, equity and inclusion a campus priority.
I am going to grad school for my masters and license to teach. — Alexus Bailey, Educational Studies, Minor: African & African American Studies
[I'm going to] build a social work career where I contribute significantly to my community. — Chance Bardsley, Social Work
[I'm going to] complete a service year with AmericorpsVISTA program and enroll in graduate school. — Makayla Carr, Creative Writing and African American Studies Double Major
[I will be] attending UNT Health Science Center (College of Pharmacy class of2024). — Jasmine Hill, Biology, Minors: Medical Humanities and Spanish.
My goal is to be accepted into a medical school and continue my education to become a pediatrician. — Dominique Horn, Human Development and Family Sciences