Diversity Advisory Research Team (DART)

The Diversity Advisory Research Team (DART) operates as a “think tank” that uses data to better understand emerging issues of diversity and inclusion as well as propose institutional strategies to facilitate our continued commitment to building a community where all can live, learn, and thrive. Units can reach out to DART for assistance as they work to build even more diverse and inclusive environments. DART membership includes faculty and staff.  The current members of DART are:

  • Toya Camacho, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Title IX Coordinator
  • Elizabeth Creighton, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid
  • Christopher Goh, Associate Dean for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Professor of Chemistry
  • Leticia S. E. Haynes, Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Gretchen Long, Dean of the College and Professor of History
  • Danielle Ramdath, Senior Associate Dean of Academic Engagement
  • G. L. M. Wallace, Director of Accessible Education
  • D. Clinton Williams (Chair), Director of Pathways for Inclusive Excellence