In a joint effort between the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts, the Office of Residence Life and the Office of International Programs, a global diversity floor is being established in Towers Living Learning Center for students with an interest in international affairs and global cultures.
Resident Assistants Nicole Zientek and Tyler Carson-Horn have been chosen to help lead these floors as they immerse themselves in an environment that helps contribute to international understanding. Zientek writes, “I was in Narratio [learning community] as a freshman, so I’m enthused that I get to work with the students as a junior.”
Carson-Horn says, “[Working on the floor] will be the beginning to a new chapter in Duquesne’s history, as well as, my own story in life.”
Students living on these floors will have the chance to participate in floor programs-dinners, outings, service projects, lectures-that broaden global interests and knowledge.
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