Campus Life Diversity and Inclusion Framework

The D&I Framework provides a guide for how we engage our work within the Office of the Vice President for Campus Life and across the University. Operating from a model that centers student identity development theory, the Framework allows us to create programming and experiences that engage students and support colleagues in D&I learning that is strategic, intentional, and evidence-based.

Within the Office of Diversity and Inclusion-Campus Life, we incorporate student learning outcomes from the Framework’s rubric into our efforts, including workshops and training, peer education initiatives, and mentorship programs. These outcomes, targeting the undergraduate student experience, are specifically focused on concepts of diversity, inclusion, and identity; and they allow us to engage student learning by specifying what students will know and/or be able to demonstrate as a result of their participation in our efforts.

The D&I Framework is a comprehensive, cohesive, and supportive resource for all Campus Life units and University partners as they incorporate diversity-focused learning outcomes into their efforts targeting students’ academic, social, and personal development. It is adaptable across units and serves as a linkage between the co-curricular and curricular student experience in support of the overall educational mission.

D&I Framework Implementation and Assessment Committee (2018-19)

  • LaTanya N. Buck, Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Vice President for Campus Life
  • Brighid Dwyer, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Vice President for Campus Life
  • Tennille Haynes, Director, Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
  • Susanne Killian, Associate Director of Graduate Student Career Advising, Career Services
  • Janine Mascari, Health Promotion Specialist, University Health Services
  • Shawn Maxam, Assistant Director for Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Provost
  • Maria Medvedeva, Director of Studies, Rockefeller College, Office of the Dean of the College
  • Sonya Satinsky, Director of Health Promotion and Prevention Services, University Health Services
  • Mell Thompson, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Students, ODUS

Executive Sponsor

  • W. Rochelle Calhoun, Vice President for Campus Life 

D&I Framework Co-Developers (2016-18)

  • Anthony Archbald, Executive Associate Director of Athletics, Athletics
  • Eliza Blades, Program Coordinator, Pace Center for Civic Engagement
  • LaTanya N. Buck, Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Vice President for Campus Life
  • Darleny Cepin, Director of Student Life, Mathey College, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students
  • Vineet Chander, Coordinator for Hindu Life, Office of the Dean of Religious Life
  • Elizabeth Erickson, Director for Disability Services, Office of the Provost
  • Tennille Haynes, Director, Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
  • Susanne Killian, Associate Director of Graduate Student Career Advising, Career Services
  • Sonya Satinsky, Director of Health Promotion and Prevention Services, University Health Services
  • Jaclyn Schwalm, Director of Studies, Whitman College, Residential Colleges, Office of the Dean of the College
  • Keith Shaw, Director of Transfer, Veteran, and Non-Traditional Student Programs, Office of the Dean of the College

Visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's website to learn more about the D&I Framework and other training and initiatives reaching students across Princeton’s campus.