Diversity Symposium Brings HBCUs to U-M


On Friday, October 17, faculty representatives from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) discussed matters of race, ethnicity, and culture, and highlight their impact on kinesiology scholarship, teaching, and service.

The event, titled the Diversity in Kinesiology Symposium, was moderated by U-M School of Kinesiology Sport Management professor Dr. Ketra Armstrong and featured these presenters:

  • Dr. Chevelle Hall, Hampton University
  • Dr. Vernon Bond, Jr., Howard University
  • Dr. Rennae Williams, Johnson C. Smith University
  • Dr. J. Kenyatta Cavil, Texas Southern University

A reception followed in 3040 CCRB

This symposium was part of the Kinesiology Dialogues on Diversity Initiative, funded by a Rackham Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Grant.