(Clockwise L-R) Professor of Law Fatma Marouf, Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity Robin Means Coleman, Texas A&M President Michael K. Young and Prairie View A&M President Ruth J. Simmons.
Universities’ role in recognizing and mitigating the effects of racial profiling and human rights violations is the topic of an upcoming installment of the Texas A&M University Enhancing Diversity seminar series.
“Toward a Better Texas: Racial Profiling and Human Rights” will feature moderator Robin Means Coleman, Texas A&M vice president and associate provost for diversity, and panelists Texas A&M President Michael K. Young; Prairie View A&M University President Ruth J. Simmons; and Texas A&M Professor of Law Fatma Marouf.
The session, open to the students, faculty, staff and community members, will be March 17 from 3:30-5 p.m. in Rudder Theatre.
Registration is requested.
Texas A&M employees may register through TrainTraq.
Students and community members may register on the Enhancing Diversity series registration page.
For more information, contact the Office for Diversity at 979-458-2905.
“Enhancing Diversity” is a continuing seminar series at Texas A&M that delves into higher education issues involving race and ethnicity, religion, gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, disability and other factors associated with diversity and inclusion. The series is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and community members.