Advisor Freddie Salley awarded OMSE Excellence in Service Award for Inclusion

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For her work on inclusion and diversity in the Department and for co-founding the Inclusion Speaker Series, academic advisor Freddie Salley was awarded the Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education’s (OMSE) Excellent in Service Award for “outstanding contributions to advancing the inclusive excellence of multi-ethnic students on campus.”

Salley has been an advisor in the Department for two years. In addition to her other duties—in which she is responsible for assigning undergraduate TAs to courses. While cofounding the Inclusion Speaker Series (with B.K. Adams and Ken Kolkason), she has served as the staff advisor (with faculty advisor Tom Goldstein) for Code: Black, a student group which advances interests of computer science majors of color.

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