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Published September 22, 2022
Two finalists for the position of vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Wyoming have visited campus and given public presentations, with two more to go.
The candidates are Herman Shelton, executive director for the Access Center at Colorado State University; Zebadiah Hall, director of student disability services at Cornell University; Jennifer Nolan, associate vice chancellor of community, equity and inclusive excellence at Washington State University; and Oyibo Afoaku, scholarship and engagement consultant for the Hudson and Hollan Scholars Program at Indiana University. A fifth finalist has withdrawn.
The finalists’ visits include public presentations in which the campus community can participate in person and virtually, with opportunities for questions, and a meet and greet following the presentation.
Links to the presentations, live or recorded, may be found at https://wyolinks.uwyo.edu/VPDEI/. The presentations are taking place in Classroom 2010 of the Science Initiative Building.
Shelton’s public presentation was Monday, Sept. 19. To learn more about this candidate, go here.
Hall’s public presentation was Wednesday, Sept. 21. To learn more about this candidate, go here.
Nolan’s public presentation is today (Thursday, Sept. 22) from 3:15-4:15 p.m., followed by the public meet and greet. To learn more about this candidate, go here.
Afoaku’s public presentation is Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 3:15-4:15 p.m., followed by the public meet and greet. To learn more about this candidate, go here.
The search committee welcomes input on each of the candidates following their presentations. Those wishing to submit their evaluations may do so confidentially. To submit feedback on candidate visits, go here.