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Diversity and Inclusion

Dale Long delivers his speech at the Black History Month program at Texas Wesleyan.
Black History Month Lunch and Lecture

Texas Wesleyan was honored to have Dale Long come and share his life experiences and lessons connected to the civil rights movement at The Black History Month Lunch and Lecture.

Multi-cultural, gender, and aged audience listens to Dale Long as he give his speech in the Black History Month program at Texas Wesleyan.
Black History Month Lunch and Lecture

The audience is captivated by Dale Long, and his story of being a child survivor of the Baptist Church bomb that happened in Birmingham of 1963.

Student Kiona Thompson, Associate Vice President of Human Resources Angela Dampeer, Staff Jamal Williams, and President Frederick G. Slabach stands on stand at the Black History Month Program at Texas Wesleyan to present Dale Long a certificate thanking him for being the guest speaker at the program.
Black History Month Lunch and Lecture

Student Kiona Thompson, Associate Vice President of Human Resources Angela Dampeer, Director of Collegiate Academy & College Credit Partnerships Jamal Williams, and President Frederick G. Slabach present Dale Long a certificate for his boldness in sharing of his wisdom in the civil rights movement here at Texas Wesleyan. 

People of all cultures come together to celebrate Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month 2019.
Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month 2018

Cultural music, art and food was the main entertainment as Texas Wesleyan Celebrated Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month. 

Committee Members pose for a picture at the 2019 Hispanic/Latin American Heritage festival.
Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month 2018

Committee members enjoy food and festivities at the Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Celebration. 

Committee members have a seat in the hall to enjoy refreshments and look at posters and pictures to celebrate 2019 Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month.
Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Month 2018

The Hispanic/Latin American Heritage Committee consists of students, staff and faculty. The celebration included food, music and fun for everyone to enjoy.

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event welcomed Evergreen Life Services to campus.  Client's artwork was showcased in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio for purchase and display.
Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event was a huge success thanks to Evergreen Services, Dr. Kit Hall and the Diversity and Inclusion committee.

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event welcomed Evergreen Life Services to campus.  Client's artwork was showcased in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio for purchase and display.  This photo captures one of the clients talking with a couple who purchased his artwork.
Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event artists artwork sold!

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event welcomed Evergreen Life Services to campus.  Client's artwork was showcased in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio for purchase and display.  This photo captures one of the clients and his artwork that demonstrates his love for dinosaurs.
Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event Artists

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event Evergreen artists displayed wonderful pieces of their artwork!

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event welcomed Evergreen Life Services to campus.  Client's artwork was showcased in the Bernice Coulter Templeton Art Studio for purchase and display.
Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event

Disability Awareness Art Gallery Event included a reception in the new Bernice Coulter Templeton art studio on campus!

Black History Hold Fast to your Dreams Black Student Association member welcoming guests.
Black History Presentation

Black History Month Celebration: "Hold Fast to Your Dreams"

AVP of HR Angela Dampeer thanking the Hold Fast to your Dreams panel for taking the time to join the campus in celebrating Black History Month.
Black History Month Hold Fast To Your Dreams

Black History Month Hold Fast To Your Dreams

Multicultural Committee Kickoff Presentation
Multicultural Committee Kickoff

The Multicultural Committee Kickoff was a huge success!

Multicultural Committee Kickoff - Sign up
Multicultural Committee Kickoff - Sign up

Many students, staff and faculty signed up for an event at the Multicultural Committee Kickoff! 

Staff, students and faculty were invited to a Hispanic Heritage month celebration where they were treated with a marvelous performance by 2017 Grand National Mariachi winner North Side High School Espuelas de Plata performing along with the Mexico Lindo Ballet Folklorico!
National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

The 2017 Grand National Mariachi winner North Side High School Espuelas de Plata performing along with the Mexico Lindo Ballet Folklorico!

Staff, students and faculty were invited to a Hispanic Heritage month celebration where food and beverages from various latin countries were offered after the performance!
National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Faculty and students working together to display various Latin American countries.

Staff, students and faculty were invited to a Hispanic Heritage month celebration where food and beverages from various latin countries were offered after the performance!
National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

Several Latin American countries were represented, such as Mexico, Brazil, Guatemala and Peurto Rico!

Texas Wesleyan is committed to providing its students and employees with the opportunity to live, learn and work in a safe, respectful and inclusive environment. We strive to create this environment by cultivating a culture of diversity and inclusion at every level of our institution.

The Texas Wesleyan University Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan outlines four critical components to creating an inclusive environment:

  • Diversifying employee and student demographics
  • Weaving diversity and inclusion in to our curriculum
  • Supporting and celebrating campus diversity
  • Fostering accountability through institutional leadership and administration

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion directly supports Texas Wesleyan’s mission and the 2020 Vision strategic plan. Diversity drives innovation, which is a vital component to teaching students to think critically and preparing them to compete on a global scale. And our 2020 Vision states that our student population and faculty and staff will represent a diversity of backgrounds, ethnicities and cultural groups.

As we look to 2020 and beyond, we know that our dedication to diversity and inclusion will continue to strengthen and enrich our campus community and increase Texas Wesleyan’s competitiveness in an ever-changing higher education landscape.

Frederick G. Slabach
President

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