The Advisory Group on the Status of Socioeconomic Stratification, a part of the Chapman Diversity Project, is co-chaired by Georgiana Bostean, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science, Health and Policy, Crystal De La Riva, Academic Advisor and Program Coordinator for Promising Futures, and Ovidio Sanchez, Undergraduate Student.
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The Advisory Groups identify, recommend, and support creative strategies for promoting and enhancing campus diversity. They respond to issues, needs, and concerns identified within the community of focus, establish effective and collaborative working relationships between departments, offices, committees, initiatives, and advise the Chancellor of Chapman University and Chapman Diversity Response Committee on issues for each respective constituency.
This semester, the Advisory Group on the Status of Socioeconomic Stratification is trying to find immediate solutions for students who face food insecurity, create a central web location that lists resources available to low-income students, and provide access to resources often needed by commuter students.
They are also planning to lay the foundation for several longer-term initiatives, including a permanent space where students can gather and have centralized access to information and other resources, a more sustainable solution to food insecurity, and the creation of a map for commuter students to know where they can find resources such as lockers, microwaves, refrigerator access, printers and showers on campus.
“We are continuing to solicit input from students about their experiences and needs. We hope to recruit more student members for our advisory group so that student voices and needs are heard and addressed.” –Georgiana Bostean
October 30—Breaking Ground: Confronting Class, 11 a.m., Argyros Forum 209A, Sponsored by Cross-Cultural Engagement
November 2—Veteran Screening Moderated by Nam Lee, 4 p.m., Folino Theater, Sponsored by Dodge College
November 2-6—Ability Visionaries Exhibit, Argyros Forum Great Room Booths, Sponsored by Cross-Cultural Engagement
November 4—Through My Eyes: A Foreign Lens, 5 p.m., Argyros Forum, Sponsored by the Center for Global Education