Liberal Arts Engagement Hub Advisory Committee

The Liberal Arts Engagement Hub Advisory Committee’s (advisory committee) purpose is to ensure that the perspectives of community-engaged faculty, staff, students, and community members, are actively sought and used to inform the development and operation of the Liberal Arts Engagement Hub (The Hub). 

Members of the Liberal Arts Engagement Hub Advisory Committee play an important role in the operation of The Hub. One of their primary tasks is reviewing Hub Residency applications. Those who are considered for membership on the committee should be able to demonstrate a commitment to The Hub’s mission.

If you have any questions about the Hub Advisory Committee, please contact Amelious Whyte

Advisory Committee Members

From the College of Liberal Arts

Name Affiliation
Malinda Lindquist, chair
Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Professor
Office for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Mark Pedelty
Professor
Department of Communication Studies
Harshit Rathi
Doctoral Student in Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society
Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature

From the Community 

Name Affiliation
Robin Hickman-Winfield
CEO and Executive Producer
SoulTouch Productions
Carolyn Nayematsu
Member
Japanese American Citizens League Education Committee

Ex Officio

Name Affiliation
Amelious Whyte
Assistant Dean, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Public Engagement
Interim Director, Liberal Arts Engagement Hub
Office for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Applications for The Hub Advisory Committee Membership

To apply to be a member of The Hub Advisory Committee, submit your application. 

Apply for Advisory Committee Membership

 

Nominations for The Hub Advisory Committee Membership

To nominate someone (e.g., community member, faculty, staff, or student) to be a member of The Hub Advisory Committee, submit your nomination or share the form with them so they can apply directly.

Make a Nomination for Advisory Committee Membership