Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs (CACMA)
- Mission Statement
- Chancellor's Charge to the Committee
- 2007-08 Committee Members
- Annual Campus Diversity Summit
- Diversity Service Recognition Award
The Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs (CACMA) is dedicated to enhancing the university's climate for diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice. The committee assesses the campus environment and advises the chancellor. It is also a resource for all university departments and individuals seeking to improve CU-Boulder's climate for diversity.
To carry out this charge, CACMA seeks to:
- Enhance awareness of issues that affect people of color. This includes organizing and implementing an annual campuswide summit on diversity.
- Influence policy that affects people of color.
- Support, recognize, and advocate for efforts to promote diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice within the campus community.
The Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs (CACMA) was appointed in 1987 as an advisory body to the chancellor of CU-Boulder in matters relating to the recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students of color.CACMA Diversity Service Recognition Award
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 CACMA Diversity Service Recognition Award. The deadline for submissions is Monday, April 2, 2012.
This annual award, sponsored by the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs (CACMA), is given to campus units to recognize their continuing efforts to create a diverse and supportive, learning, working, and living environment, as well as their commitment to promoting an understanding of multicultural issues. In an effort to recognize the many groups contributing to diversity at CU-Boulder, nominations are limited to campus units that have not been previously selected. Multiple awards may be presented, depending on the number and quality of the nominations.
Any member of the Boulder campus community may nominate a campus unit for this award. In this case, a unit is defined as any group (academic, administration, alumni, etc.) that is affiliated with the CU-Boulder campus.
Nomination letters should (1) describe how the unit has functioned as a whole to promote and put into effect the ideals of a diverse and multicultural Boulder campus community, (2) provide examples demonstrating the active role of the campus unit in different areas of campus life, the unique contributions of the unit, and the participation of different members of the unit, (3) be no longer than five pages (additional supporting materials should be included as appendices), and (4) include the name and email address of nominee and nominator.
In addition to consideration of the overall contributions of the nominated campus unit, particular attention will be given to those groups that:
a) Have a record of service for the Boulder campus community
b) Serve a broad spectrum of members of the Boulder community, including students, staff, faculty and/or the community at large
c) Promote education, communication, collaboration, service and support in their activities.
Recipients will be chosen by a selection panel composed of members from CACMA.
Nominators should submit an electronic copy of their nomination, including any supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org Hard copy nominations will not be accepted.
The closing date for nominations is Monday, April 2, 2011. Award winners will be recognized at the ODECE Equity and Excellence Banquet.
These awards have been presented to the following campus units for their continuing efforts to create a diverse and supportive learning, working, and living environment, as well as for their commitment to promoting an understanding of multicultural issues:
- American Indian Law Clinic
- International Student and Scholar Services
- Office of Discrimination and Harassment
- Special Recognition award to Vice Chancellor Ron Stump of the Division of Student Affairs
- UMC Connection
- Department of Human Resources
- Hallet Hall Diversity Staff
- Special Recognition awards went to Christine Yoshinaga-Itano and MaryAnn Sergeant, both from the Office of Diversity and Equity
- Integrated Teaching and Learning Program
- INVST Community Studies Program
- Special recognition awards went to Marino Lerma and L. Michele Romero of University Memorial Center Food Services for their help with 2006 Diversity Summit
- Minority Arts and Sciences Program (MASP)
- Pre-Collegiate Development Program (PCDP)
- School of Law
- Latina/o Law Student Association
- Monteith Mitchell (CACMA member service recognitition award)
- Office of Financial Aid
- Multicultural Engineering Program (a CU-LEAD Alliance Program)
- School of Journalism and Mass Communication
- Facilities Planning Office
- Bernadette Garcia (CACMA member service recognition award)
- Ethnomusicology Faculty
- GLBT Resource Center
- Interactive Theatre Project of Wardenburg Health Center
- Program for Teaching East Asia
- University of Colorado Museum
- Women's Resource Center
- Office of Admissions Multicultural Access and Community Affairs Team (MACA)
- Ethnic Living and Learning Community
- School of Law: Natural Resources Law Center
- Ron Gallegos (CACMA member service recognition award)
- Boulder Campus Staff Council
- Department of Housing
- Anderson Language Technology Center
- UMC Scheduling (CACMA member service recognition award)
- UMC Catering (CACMA member service recognition award)
- Building Community Campaign
- Graduate Teacher Program
- Center for the American West
- Counseling and Psychological Services: A Multicultural Center
- Family Housing
- Student Academic Services Center
- Theatre and Dance
- The Graduate School
- Cultural Unity Student Center Leadership Program
- Institute for Multicultural Development
- BUENO Center for Multicultural Education