Lunch is provided starting at 11:00 AM | Program will begin at around 11:25 AM
Join us for a special event in honor of Black History Month as we celebrate the remarkable journeys of two distinguished individuals within our UWL community. Moderated by Caleb Colon-Rivera, this event will feature an engaging discussion with our esteemed panelists, Dr. Richard Breaux and Sergeant Nicole Miller.
Dr. Richard Breaux, a renowned scholar and educator, has made significant contributions to academia and beyond. With a career spanning decades, Dr. Breaux has been instrumental in shaping the academic landscape, mentoring countless students, and advocating for social justice.
Sergeant Nicole Miller brings her unique perspective as a dedicated law enforcement officer and community leader. Through her service and commitment, Sergeant Miller has demonstrated resilience, compassion, and unwavering dedication to serving others.
During this event, we will delve into the personal and professional experiences of Dr. Breaux and Sergeant Miller. From their career milestones to the challenges they've overcome, attendees will gain insights into their remarkable achievements and the impact they've had on our UWL community.
With a focus on celebrating their time at UWL, we will explore how Dr. Breaux and Sergeant Miller have shaped our campus culture, inspired others, and paved the way for future generations. Join us as we honor their legacies and celebrate the rich diversity and excellence within our community.
Registration available here
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