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James Sang ’20

James Sang, a Master’s student in the College of Education, believes diversity is about accepting the differences in every individual. He stated when asked what inclusivity at TCU means to him: “Everyone is exposed to different cultures, languages, perspectives, thoughts, and so many more. It is extremely important to understand that everyone feels welcome and… Read more »

Tram Nguyen ’21

Tram Nguyen

Sophomore Pre-Business major From Vietnam Tram is a very active member of the TCU community. She’s a Cultural Connector in her residence hall in the Tom Brown Pete Wright on-campus apartments, as well as a member of Frog Aides, the SGA Diversity Committee and Beyond Borders. “I wanted to be in something larger than myself…. Read more »

Nada Elias-Lambert

MSW Program Director & Associate Professor of Social Work “As a social worker, I work to promote social change and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in my teaching, scholarship, and service. I developed the Bystander to Upstander program to empower faculty and staff to transform from bystanders to upstanders to build communities that support difference… Read more »

Matt Dadet ’21

Physics Major Hometown: Arlington, TX What does diversity and inclusion at TCU mean to you? “As a student of color, I am used to interacting with people raised in different environments with different ideals than mine. Diversity helps us see the world using a relativism perspective rather than an ethnocentrism one. It helps our community… Read more »

Miriam Ezzani, ED.D.

Faculty – Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership  Dr. Miriam Ezzani is one of the newest additions to the College of Education. She comes to Texas Christian University from the University of North Texas, where she was a faculty member of Education. Her research and teaching focus on culturally responsive leadership within the context of the… Read more »

Brandon Kitchin ’18

Brandon Kitchin

Class of ’18 (December) Journalism major From Arlington, TX  What does diversity and inclusion at TCU mean to you? “It’s important to be cognizant of everyone’s identity—not just race, but also all forms of diversity.  It’s also important to understanding that everyone should feel like they belong. Being involved in campus organizations allowed me to… Read more »

Ariana Williams ’21

Graduating Class: 2021 Major: Journalism minor in Film, Television, and Digital Media Hometown: Kansas City, Kansas What do you like most about TCU? “The thing I most enjoy about TCU is the community that I have created to surround myself with. I have found an amazing group of people that are accepting and loving and… Read more »