Diverse & Inclusive Campus

A more diverse and inclusive campus will be achieved through senior-level leadership with strategic vision for the design, promotion, and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion and cultural competency efforts across campus.

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Creating a more diverse and inclusive campus is one of eight presidential priorities that are linked to and aligned with Towson University’s strategic plan. These eight priorities will help us build a stronger foundation for Towson University’s promising future. 

Leah Cox

Meet Leah Cox, Vice President for Inclusion and Institutional Equity 

Leah Cox is Towson University’s first vice president of inclusion and institutional equity. In this senior leadership position, she is leading TU’s Office for Inclusion and Institutional Equity, the university’s diversity and compliance office, and serving as a key adviser to the senior leadership team as a member of the President’s Council.

 

Related 

Towson University’s Commitment to Diversity

Diversity Initiatives Progress Report

Diversity Faculty Fellows Program

Diversity Initiatives & Resources  

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