This committee is concerned with the quality of the experience of African American, Latin American, Asian American, Native American, and other communities of color at Colgate.
Membership will consist of:
- Dean of the College
- 4 Faculty (elected at large by the Faculty for three-year terms)
- 4 Students (elected at large by the Student Senate for one-year terms)
Members serve as consultants to the Committee on ALANA Affairs: the Director of the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Director of the ALANA Cultural Center. The committee is chaired by the Dean of the College unless the committee votes to elect one of its other members as chair.
|Paul McLoughlin, Dean of the College||Consultants|
|Dorsey Spencer, Dean of Students (Chair)||Kerra Hunter, Asst. Dean|
|Heidi Ziemer||2022 (AL)||Lyosha Gorshkov, Dir. of LGBTQ Initiatives|
|Santiago Juarez||2023 (AL)||John Palmer, Academic Dir. of OUS|
|Ynesse Abdul-Malak||2023 (AL)||Tamala Flack, Title IX Coordinator and Equity & Diversity Officer|
|Osvaldo Sandoval-Leon||2023 (AL)||Esther Rosbrook, ALANA Cultural Center|
|TBD||(S)||Jamiere Abney, Assoc. Dean of Admission|
Courses on Race, Class, Gender, and Social Justice
Every semester the Committee on ALANA Affairs compiles and shares a list of Colgate courses with an emphasis on race, class, gender, and social justice.