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Green and Golden Globe Awards presentation set, recipients named

Published: 25 April 2014

The fifth annual NDSU Green and Golden Globe Diversity Awards Ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday, April 30, with a reception at 3 p.m. and program at 3:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. All are welcome to attend.

Created by the NDSU Division of Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach, the event acknowledges efforts of students, faculty and staff from across the university who create a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment where all people can learn and work.

“The Green and Golden Globes Diversity Awards provide an opportunity for all of us to recognize the efforts of those individuals and groups that are working to make NDSU a more inclusive and diverse community,” said Evie Myers, vice president for equity, diversity and global outreach. “For the past five years, we have celebrated the diversity-related work of NDSU faculty, staff and students and members of the Fargo-Moorhead community.”

The following recipients will be honored at this year’s event:

TRIBAL COLLEGE LIAISON INITIATIVE

Provost Bruce Rafert – Outstanding Faculty

Karen Armstrong – Outstanding Staff

Delilah Robb – Outstanding Student

American Indian Science and Engineering Society – Outstanding Student Organization

Concordia College, English 358 Volunteers – Outstanding Community Person/Agency

OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL PROGRAMS

Larry Napoleon – Outstanding Faculty

Lincoln Bathie – Outstanding Staff

Purva Tambat – Outstanding Student

Equity and Diversity Student Ambassadors – Outstanding Student Organization

Fargo Native American Commission – Outstanding Community Person/Agency

EQUITY AND DIVERSITY CENTER

Dena Wyum – Outstanding Faculty

Amber Buck – Outstanding Staff

Troy Borowicz – Outstanding Student

NDSU American Legion Post 400 – Outstanding Student Organization

Tri-State Transgender – Outstanding Community Person/Agency

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AND STUDY ABROAD SERVICES

Zhili “Jerry” Gao – Outstanding Faculty

Tim Mooney – Outstanding Staff

Deepti Tyagi – Outstanding Student

Sri Lankan Student Association – Outstanding Student Organization

Tony Trevis – Outstanding Community Person/Agency

VICE PRESIDENT’S AWARDEES

Commission on the Status of Women Faculty – Vice President’s Diversity Impact Award

Prem Jauhar – Vice President’s Green and Golden Globe Diversity Award

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Last Updated: Friday, April 25, 2014