Loyola University Maryland

The Office of Academic Affairs

Equity and Inclusion Faculty Fellows

The Equity and Inclusion Faculty Fellows program is designed to provide our campus with opportunities to learn best-practices in equity and inclusion. Fellows will work on specific projects for the year culminating in one campus-wide training or initiative. Our community is committed to institutional change, and we hope this fellows program provides additional concrete ways of engaging in deep, meaningful equity and inclusion work at Loyola. Please take a look at the list of past and current fellows below and consider them a resource as you think about equity and inclusion in your work.
 
E&I Faculty Fellows are full-time faculty members who have demonstrated expertise and a commitment to continued growth in their dedication to equity and inclusion. Fellows form a professional learning community of 5-7 participants who further develop and share their expertise with the broader Loyola community by engaging in activities related to the following topics. Ideally, the cohorts will engage in project-based learning culminating in campus-wide training and change.
 
Working in collaboration with Marianna Carlucci, Equity and Inclusion Fellow for Academic Affairs, E&I Faculty Fellows serve for one year and receive $1000. Fellows elect a Chair. The Chair convenes monthly meetings and facilitates the roundtable discussions. The Chair also prepares a brief annual report that summarizes the Fellows' activity for the year. As compensation for these additional responsibilities, the Chair receives an extra $1000 ($2000 total).
 

2021-22 Equity and Inclusion Faculty Fellows Cohort (Implementation)

Masudul Biswas, Communication
Timothy Clark, Mathematics and Statistics
Elliot King, Communication
Jason Prenoveau, Psychology
Myra Smith, Education Specialties
Rebecca Trump, Marketing

2020-21 Equity and Inclusion Faculty Fellows Cohorts

Cohort 1: Having Difficult Conversations

Nouf Bazaz, School Counseling
Margarita Jacome, Modern Languages and Literatures
Mary Kate Schneider, Political Science/Global Studies
Rev. Jill Snodgrass, Theology
Nathaniel Windon, English
Marie Yeh, Marketing

Cohort 2: Diversity Designated Courses

Theresa Alexander, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
Theresa DiDonato, Psychology
Hung-bin Ding, Management and International Business
Giuseppina Iacono Lobo, English
Jessica Locke, Philosophy

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