|Co-Chair: David Wooten||professor of marketing in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management and associate dean and chief diversity officer of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business|
|Lee Adler||lecturer, School of Industrial and Labor Relations|
|Stefan Antonsson ’19||College of Arts and Sciences|
|Gary Cremeens||project associate, Transportation and Mail Services|
|Delmar Fears ’19||College of Agriculture and Life Sciences|
|Adi Grabiner Keinan||program director, Intergroup Dialogue Project|
|Jada Hamilton||physician, Cornell Health|
|Carolyn Headlam||administrative assistant, Law School|
|Stephen Kim||graduate student, English literature|
|Jenna Kyle ’19||Law School|
|Samuel Lagasse||graduate student, English|
|Jamila Michener||assistant professor, College of Arts and Sciences|
|Vanessa Navarro Rodriguez ’19||College of Arts and Sciences|
|Shivani Parikh ’19||College of Agriculture and Life Sciences|
|Kyonne Rowe ’18||School of Industrial and Labor Relations|
The Campus Response subcommittee will review and make recommendations to address:
- How should the university respond to any future incidents that infringe upon our core principles, whether they are local or broader in scope?
- Do we have the right mechanisms of support, communication and response in place or could these improve?
- What can individuals and campus groups do to counter unacceptable actions and act as positive forces that counter harmful incidents?
- Provide a recommendation on how to measure long-term success.