Join us on Friday, March 29, for the fourth part of the University's Inclusion Speaker Series presented by Mary D. Hinton, Ph.D., president of the College of St. Benedict, a Catholic liberal arts college for women in Minnesota.
Hinton, who earned her Ph.D. in religion and religious education from Fordham University, is a distinguished speaker about diversity and inclusion and brings a higher-education perspective to this important topic. Her scholarship focuses on African American religious history; religious education; and leadership, strategic planning, assessment and diversity.
The event is open to all Seton Hall faculty, administrators, staff and students to engage in self-reflection and examine how we promote inclusion. Faculty, administrators and staff who attend all four of the speaker series events will receive a certificate of attendance; please bring your SHU ID for the certificate of attendance records.