Kimberly Barrett's Open Office Hours

1:30-4 P.M. at Sampson House, 2nd Floor
No Appointment Needed!

Fall Term
   Oct 12, 2017
   Nov 16, 2017
Winter Term
   Jan 11, 2018
   Feb 7, 2018
   March 8, 2018
Spring Term
   April 12, 2018
   May 10, 2018
   June 1, 2018

Anti-Racist White Affinity Group (ARWAG)

ARWAG is a gathering of Lawrence staff and faculty seeking to understand and challenge racism. Recognizing that anti-racist work is disproportionately borne by people of color, ARWAG is a setting for white people to take responsibility for educating themselves about racism and for challenging white supremacy from the inside. Organized as a study group, ARWAG will read and discuss materials that help us understand how racism operates, especially in its insidious forms that are harder for white people to notice in action---white privilege, unconscious / implicit bias, and structural racism.

Not sure if ARWAG is for you? Want to join the ARWAG Moodle to get the readings and information about upcoming meetings? Contact Jenna Stone (, executive director of budget and planning, or Becca Hollinger (, executive assistant in the office of diversity and inclusion, for more information.

Spring Term Meetings:
April 3rd, April 17th, May 1st, and May 15th
Time: 1:00 PM

Multiethnic and Biracial Group

This group provides opportunities for ongoing learning and dialogue about the complexities of multi-ethnic and biracial individuals and topics. The interest group invites people who identify as biracial and/or multi-ethnic with the ultimate goal to develop and discuss ways in which Lawrence can better include individuals who identify in this way and to provide structure for mutual support as people continue to navigate common issues.  

Spring Term Meetings:
Tuesdays of Week 2, 5 and 8
Time: 4:30 PM
Location: Arthur Vining-Davis Room (4th floor WCC)

Employees of Color Resource Group

The mission of the Employees of Color ERG is to promote an inclusive community for faculty and staff who self-identify as people of color. Through networking and socializing, this groups shall serve as forum in which employees of color can share experiences and expertise, raise awareness, and address institutional campus climate issues.  Through fellowship, we strive to build connections that support and encourage our various career aspirations, make us feel valued and respected, and instill a sense of belonging at Lawrence University. For more information please contact Ariela Rosa, Assistant Director of Corporate, Foundation, and Sponsored Research Support at, or Carla Daughtry, Associate Professor of Anthropology at

Pride Resource Group

The Faculty/Staff Pride resource group is for faculty and staff who identify as LGBTQ+ and for faculty and staff with family who identify as such. This group will provide a space to build community and identify resources. In addition, the group will host opportunities for networking and socializing for those who identify as LGBTQ+ (or are family) in and outside of the Lawrence community. For more information please contact Dakota Williams, Assistant Director of Alumni and Constituency Engagement at, or Helen Boyd Kramer, Instructor of Gender Studies at

Meeting Time: 5-7 PM Happy Hour
Location: Dr. Jekyll's Bar on College Avenue
Frequency:Second Thursday of the month

Emerging Professionals Resource Group

To provide a support network for new(er) professionals. To create a positive working environment that values the unique skills and challenges of those starting or changing a career in higher education through social events, community engagement opportunities, and professional development options.

Global Employees of Lawrence Resource Group

Global Employees of Lawrence is a resource group for faculty and staff with global backgrounds and/or identities. The goal of this group is to bring our global employees together, sharing culture and experience while also locating/creating resources that will help bring to life a community of support on campus. For more information please contact Andrew McSorley, Interlibrary Loan Coordinator and Assistant Circulation Services Supervisor, at or at (920) 832-6758.



















PCDA Subcommittees

Get involved with the different sub-committees of the President's Committee on Diversity Affairs:

Campus Climate

Paris Wicker, Associate Dean of Students for Student Transitions, Support and Persistence (

Achievement and Opportunity Equity

Monita Mohammadian Gray, Dean of Academic Success (

Employee Recruitment

Lindsay Kehl, Associate Director of Human Resources (

Employee Retention

Christyn Abaray, Athletics Director (

Professional Development

Curt Lauderdale, Dean of Students (

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