Dr. Curtis Ivery, President, Wayne County Community College District is the 2017 recipient of the Individual Leadership Award. This award is presented to a National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) member for outstanding contributions to research, administration, practice, advocacy and/or policy, and whose work informs and advances the understanding of diversity and inclusive excellence in higher education. Dr. Ivery is an alumni of Carver High School, Amarillo, Tx.
The award was presentenced at the annual NADOHE conference this past March in Washington, DC.
According to NADOHE President, Archie W. Ervin, “The intent of NADOHE’s Inclusive Excellence Awards is to recognize and promote innovative strategies and tactics designed to achieve inclusive excellence in higher education. We are delighted to recognize this year’s Inclusive Excellence Award recipients and their institutions for their stellar accomplishments with moving the needle toward inclusive excellence practices within American higher education.”
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