The university and one of its education faculty members, Dr. Charles P. Gause, were recognized in September by a national organization for work in advancing equity and diversity on the campus.
Gause received the National Faculty Mentor Role Model of the Year Award at the 10th National Role Models Conference. The conference was organized by Minority Access Inc, a non-profit firm, with support from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. His award was inscribed “For Guiding, Mentoring and Leading Others.”
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