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A farewell gathering for Myron Anderson

Faculty and staff are invited to celebrate Anderson’s contributions to MSU Denver on Dec. 13.

By Lindsey Coulter

December 3, 2018

Myron AndersonEarlier this month, the Early Bird announced that Myron Anderson, Ph.D., associate to the president for diversity, will leave his position at Metropolitan State University of Denver on Dec. 14. Anderson has accepted a position as founding vice president for inclusive excellence at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he will guide university strategy and policymaking to improve UTSA’s campus climate for underrepresented groups.

On Dec. 13, faculty and staff are invited to celebrate Anderson’s lasting contributions — including the implementation of the Universitywide Campus Climate Survey and the Inclusive Excellence framework.

“Myron Anderson’s leadership and contributions to Metropolitan State University of Denver have been invaluable,” said President Janine Davidson, Ph.D. “His passion for inclusive leadership has helped make the University a stronger, more diverse and more collaborative community of learners and educators, and he will certainly be missed.”

Myron Anderson Farewell Party

SSB 400

2-4 p.m.

No RSVP necessary

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