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The Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion's new office in Suncrest Center provides a more centralized and accessible location for the WVU community to meet with division officials, including, from left: Nichelle Perkins, Robert Lyons, Chief Diversity Officer David Fryson, Richard Strasburger, and Trisha Gyurke. Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, is greeted for a lunch in her honor sponsored by the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion before speaking at one of WVU's Black History Month events. Pictured: Chief Diversity Officer David M. Fryson, Esq., Ilyasah Shabazz, and WVU students Mohamed Ali and Maimuna Mohammed. Diane Lewis, president and CEO of Action Facilities Management and member of the WVU Board of Governors, spoke at this year's Women of Color Luncheon as part of Diversity Week activities on the WVU campus. The Office of Accessibility Services staff is dedicated to assisting students with disabilities obtain appropriate accommodations to insure equal access to WVU academic programs. Members of the Indian Student Association perform at Diversi-Tea, an event held as part of Spring Diversity Days.  Spring Diversity Days consists of three days of events held each Spring to supplement fall's Diversity Week.  Colloquium XI participants site and learn about the services and academic programs for doctoral and professional students at WVU.
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