Millersville University recently planted four white pine trees to honor the land’s traditional occupants and caretakers.
MU winning the HEED Award “is a testament to the commitment of the campus community to increase awareness of the beauty of human differences….”
11th Consecutive Year for Diversity Award
In honoring her, Manheim Township said, “Rice’s professional achievements benefit her local and academic communities.”
“The Millersville University Community is honored to be recognized as a 10-year recipient of the HEED Award.”
Events, contests, educational training and more will be held virtually through several of Millersville’s departments.
This is the 9th consecutive year that Millersville has been a recipient of the HEED Award.
Dr. Brown-Haywood will provide strategic leadership for the Office of Diversity and Social Justice.
Millersville University’s Intercultural Center has been renamed to celebrate the work of Dr. Rita Smith Wade-El, professor of psychology and director of the African-American Studies minor.
The HEED Award recognizes the efforts and successes of colleges and universities to encourage diversity and inclusion on their campuses.
Millersville is only State System institution to make the list.
MU Gets Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award.