Winners of the 2005 Diversity Recognition Awards
Sonia Ryang, Teal Anderson,
Deborah Savage, Cynthia York, Stacey Brown, Nadia Sawaya,
President William R. Brody, Frances Atkinson, Gordon Dean,
Jose Carreon, Gwendolyn Boyd, Darryl Carr, Vladimir Diaz,
Fannie Gaston-Johansson, Sharon Kugler and Linda
PHOTO BY HIPS / JAY VANRENSSELAER
Members of the university community gathered last week
in Homewood's Shriver Hall Auditorium as President William
R. Brody presented the 2005 Diversity Recognition
The awards are given by the
Council to honor faculty, staff and students for their
efforts to foster greater appreciation, advancement and
celebration of diversity and inclusiveness at JHU.
Honored were Fannie Gaston-Johansson, professor and
director of international and extramural affairs, School of
Nursing; Sonia Ryang, associate professor of anthropology,
Arts and Sciences; Stacey Brown, senior academic program
coordinator, SPSBE; Darryl Carr, stage manager, Peabody
Conservatory; Linda Dorsey, technical editor, APL; Sharon
Kugler, university chaplain, Campus Ministries; Nadia
Sawaya, project manager, International Education and
Outreach, JHHS; the Web Accessibility Committee, comprised
of Teal Anderson, Gordon Dean, Cynthia York and Deborah
Savage; and the founders of the Multicultural Student
Alliance, Frances Atkinson, Jose Carreon and Vladimir Diaz.
This is the first time that groups were recognized.
The DLC is chaired by Gwendolyn Boyd.
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