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Dr. Robin Cooper

Special Assistant to the Dean and Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution and Ethnic Studies in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Robin Cooper

Robin Cooper, Ph.D., brings to her work at NSU respect and appreciation for personal and professional cultural differences; a focus on solution-oriented collaboration; and a commitment to community-building across campus and with the larger community. Her numerous publications and conference presentations reflect her strong research interests in identity-based conflict, cross-cultural conflict resolution, collaborative practices in organizational contexts, qualitative research, and student learning. She has conducted research among Cuban, Haitian, and Guatemalan communities in South Florida and research exploring the impact of changing demographics in Broward County, among other projects. Dr. Cooper has been teaching in higher education since 2008, teaching courses in conflict resolution, culture and conflict, social and behavioral sciences, interprofessional leadership, and qualitative research.

Jonathon May

Director of Student Affairs within the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences

Jonathon MayJonathon May currently serves NSU as the Director of Student Affairs within the Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences. He is also the Chair of the Health Professions Division’s Multicultural Affairs Committee. Jonathon holds a Masters degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University and is currently working on his Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Leadership at NSU. His research and advocacy focus areas are Gender Expression as well as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender student experiences in college.

 

 

Suzette Henry-Campbell

Diversity Dialogues Co-Facilitator

Jonathon MaySuzette Henry-Campbell is passionate about leadership and talent development as enablers of
high performance organizations. This is illustrated in her choice of academic and professional
pursuits. Suzette’s career spans both the public and private sector, which contributed to shaping her interest in diversity, multiculturalism and inclusion as critical factors to sustainable
development initiatives. With an evolving interest in the benefits to be had from a multicultural
labor market, Suzette is now at the final stages of completing her doctoral degree with the
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social
Sciences.

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