VIDEO | Dean of Student Life discusses the Belonging Initiative

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December 1, 2010

Dr. Joi Lewis is the Dean of Student Life and Vice Provost at Mills College. As a scholar-practitioner, Lewis teaches a graduate course titled “Higher Education, Hip Hop and the Hood, Getting Students to and through College in a Transforming Academy” at Mills College. Her scholarship focuses on narrative research as liberatory praxis, re-authoring lived experiences in urban cities and schools and interrupting sexism and body image as text.

Lewis was a guest speaker on a panel discussion at the conference “Weaving through Change: Identifying Intersections between Education, Health, and Economics” on Nov 19, 2010 at Laney College in Oakland.

She has open hours for students at Cowell and can be contacted at jlewis@mills.edu.

Produced by Bianca Butler. Contributed by Melodie Miu.


VIDEO | Dean of Student Life discusses the Belonging Initiative was published on December 1, 2010 in Features, Multimedia, Videos

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  • C. Dickerson

    The “Belonging Project” very much reminds me of “The Bridge Program”, a program for incoming students of color at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts which was developed and successfully run for many years by
    Dr. Marjorie Richardson, Dean of students (minority?)in the 1990’s.