University Committee on Diversity

Strategic Diversity Plan

Joint Motion for Approval of Settlement Agreement Between the Knight-Sims Plaintiffs and Defendant University of South Alabama

Settlement Agreement Between the Knight-Sims Plaintiffs and Defendant University of South Alabama

The charge of the University Committee on Diversity is to:

  • identify and develop creative strategies and initiatives to increase the number of students, faculty, and administrators from African-American and other underrepresented groups,
  • monitor USA's progress toward the goals of the Strategic Diversity Plan, and, through these efforts
  • make the University of South Alabama an even more attractive and inclusive community for people of all races, ethnicities, faiths and cultures.

 

Committee Membership:

     Dr. Michael Mitchell........................ Student Affairs
     Dr. Diane Abercrombie................... Physician Assistant Studies
     Dr. Angela Coleman........................ Institutional Effectiveness
     Dr. Debra Davis ............................... College of Nursing
     Mr. Warren Greene.......................... Environmental Services
     Mr. Michael Haskins....................... Marketing and Communications
     Ms. Pamela Henderson................. Human Resources
     Dr. David Johnson........................... Academic Affairs
     Dr. Joe'l Lewis.................................. Education
     Dr. Juan Mata.................................... Biological Sciences
     Dr. Harold Pardue........................... School of Computing
     Dr. Federico Perez-Pineda........... Foreign Languages & Literatures
     Dr. Jonathan Scammell................. College of Medicine
     Dr. April Taylor................................ Communication
     Ms. Jean Tucker............................... Senior University Attorney
     Dr. Alvin Williams.......................... Marketing
     Dr. Cynthia Wilson......................... Baldwin County Campus

 

This committee represents the University of South Alabama's compliance with U.S. District Court Order in response to Knight, et al, v. The State of Alabama, et al, concerning employment practices of predominately white defendant institutions.

 

Committee Minutes:

 

Advisory Committee on Diversity Recommendations to the President April, 2005

Approved Minutes Of Past Meetings