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The Diversity and Humanistic Culture Committee supports and cultivates the development of collective professionalism and ethical behavior by creating a common sense of purpose—caring for the School of Dentistry, for each other and for the community.
The committee creates an inclusive environment that nurtures faculty, patients, staff and students through active engagement, collaboration and mutual respect. It meets regularly during the semester for program planning aimed at the continued development of organizational culture, fostering a positive environment across the school that is highly conducive to learning.
Officers and Sponsors
Jo Ann Allen Nyquist is the associate dean for student affairs and diversity.
Theresa Hopkins is the family/community development coordinator.
Renee Fennell is a diversity officer and adjunct professor.
Eugene M. Dunne is an assistant professor.