Trotter Multicultural Center

Search for new Trotter director resumes with national search

The University of Michigan has relaunched a national search for a new director of the William Monroe Trotter Multicultural Center, which promotes a diverse U-M campus community through its inclusive spaces and events. Previously, the search had been paused amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Associate Vice President of Student Life Kambiz Khalili has appointed a search advisory committee and the process is currently underway. This committee will solicit input on candidates by meeting with various constituency groups across campus, and the search is expected to conclude in late spring.

Trotter Multicultural Center

Meet the Finalists for the Director of the Trotter Multicultural Center

This winter a search for a new director of the Trotter Multicultural Center was relaunched. The search process has been informed by feedback from students, faculty, staff, and administrators. The Search Advisory Committee is composed of students, staff, and faculty and assisted by the executive search firm Spelman Johnson.

Winter 2022 Flourish Series

Join Trotter Multicultural Center, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies, and the LEAD Scholars Program to explore the many dimensions of wellness through the lens of personal and social identities. Using a wellness model from University Health Service, our events discuss the importance of holistic well-being in interactive programs facilitated by experts from on and off campus.

During the sessions, we will hear from campus partners as they share tools, resources, and knowledge that may support our well-being.

Dinner will be provided at in-person events!


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