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Brian Blake

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Dean of the Graduate School
University of Miami

Class of 2007


Dr. Mitchell Chang

Professor, Higher Education and Organizational Change, University of California, Los Angeles

Class of 2006


Dr. Sean Decatur

Kenyon College

Class of 2007


Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick

Interim President
Howard University

Class of 2011


Dr. Shawnta Friday-Stroud

Dean, School of Business and Industry
Florida A&M University

Class of 2003


Dr. Juan Gilbert

Endowed Chair
Associate Chair of Research
Computer and Information Science and Engineering Department
University of Florida

Class of 2002


Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr.

William S. Tod Professor of Religion
and African-American Studies Chair,
Center for African-American Studies
Princeton University

Class of 2008


Dr. Paula T. Hammond

David H. Koch Professor in Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Class of 2004


Dr. Peniel Joseph

Professor of History
Tufts University

Class of 2007


Goodwin Liu

Associate Justice
California Supreme Court

Class of 2008


Dr. Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar

Professor of History and Vice Provost for Diversity
The University of Connecticut

Class of 2005


Dr. Said Sewell III

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Lincoln University of Missouri

Class of 2010


Dr. Nitasha Tamar Sharma

Assoc. Prof. of African American, Asian American and Performance Studies. Charles Deering McCormick Prof. of Teaching Excellence – Northwestern University

Class of 2009


Dr. Ahna Skop

Associate Professor of Genetics
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Class of 2008


Victoria de Francesco

Fellow, Center for Politics and Governance
LBJ School of Public Affairs
University of Texas at Austin

Class of 2011


Dr. Terrell Lamont Strayhorn

Professor of Higher Education
The Ohio State University

Class of 2011


Dr. Ivory A. Toldson

Deputy Director
White House Initiative on HBCUs

Class of 2013


Dr. Ben Vinson III

Dean, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
George Washington University

Class of 2002

* This article is from the January 2, 2014 print edition of Diverse.


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