Center for Diversity and Community to host grand opening celebration at USD
Lamont Sellers, director of the Center for Diversity and Community, and Kimberly Grieve, Ph.D., vice president of student services and dean of students at USD, will host this inaugural event on behalf of the campus community. USD President James W. Abbott, Grieve, Student Government Association President Tyler Tordsen and Sellers will all speak briefly at the ceremony. A reception with food and music will follow.
Student organizations occupying an office in the center are Tiospaye, Spectrum, African Students Association, the Union of African American Students, Muslim Students Association, Asian American Student Association, Latino Student Organization, the Association for the Advancement of Women’s Rights and the International Club.
For more information about the Center for Diversity and Community as well as the open house and reception at the Muenster University Center, please contact Sellers at Lamont.Sellers@usd.edu or call (605) 677-7248.
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