CMEP's Mission Statement
NYU CMEP enhances the NYU experience by fostering a more inclusive, aware and socially just community. CMEP accomplishes this by:
- Fostering DIALOGUE that explores issues of identity, diversity and social justice.
- Supporting the diverse NYU COMMUNITY in their personal, professional and academic lives.
- Creating educational initiatives and campus-wide programming that ENGAGE the NYU community.
- Cultivating allies and advocates to create and promote positive CHANGE.
Meet the CMEP Staff
Contact Monroe about university wide diversity initiatives and events such as MLK Week, World Tour, and NYU Portraits.
Contact Chanel about Intergroup Dialogue, the Administrators Cultural Training Institute, and engagement assessment.
Graduate Student Staff
Sonia is a first year graduate student in the Educational Leadership, Politics, and Advocacy program in the Steinhardt School for Culture, Education, and Human Development.
Contact Sonia for the FOCUS Mentorship program, the Diversity Internship and Career Preparation Program and the newsletter.
Design Student Staff
Daniel Sully has worked at CMEP for 2 years as a graphic designer. He studies Psychology of Design in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study and will graduate in 2017. Daniel is also the President of Commuter Student Council and is an active student leader on campus.
Undergraduate Student Staff
Nour is currently a sophomore in the College or Arts and a Sciences studying economics with a minor in Media, Culture, and Communications in Steinhardt. Aside from working at CMEP, Nour is an Oppurtunity Programs scholar who is engaged with the Academic Achievement Program and other clubs around campus.
Nancy Uddin is a senior at CAS studying Journalism and Social Cultural Analysis. She is from Queens, NY and is committed to systemic change as she sees that the system is not set up to benefit the marginalized. Nancy began politisizing in high school and interned with Sadie Nash Leadership Project, the Arab American Association of NY, and has worked as a part time staff organizer with Youth Activists-Youth Allies Network (YA-YA) for the last few years. With YA-YA, she has done counter military recruitment work and facilitated workshops on a range of topics from Islamophobia to transformative justice. Nancy hopes to use her studies as a platform to uplift her community.
Awards and Acknowledgments
The NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs has received awards and acknowledgments for our commitment to creating a welcoming environment for everyone interested in developing their understanding of Diversity and Social Justice. Here is a list of some of our achievements, we have included awards received by individual staff and students as well as the Center itself.
- NASPA 2012 Excellence Award
Gold Award: NYU Ally Week, New York University
- NASPA 2010 Excellence Award
Silver Award: Administrator Cultural Training Institute (ACT-I), New York University
- NASPA 2008 Excellence Awards
Gold Award: NYU's Hip-Hop and Pedagogy Initiative, New York University
Bronze Award: -ISM Project, New York University