McCauley-Sayer to Lead Newly Developed Center for Social Change and Community Involvement
Kayleigh McCauley-Sayer, associate dean of students in the division of Student Life will serve as the inaugural executive director of the Center for Social Change and Community Involvement. McCauley-Sayer was tapped for this role given her leadership and efforts in the areas of inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility.
The newly developed Center for Social Change and Community Involvement will create a variety of experiential learning opportunities to curate skills that bring about social change and action, as well as create extensive leadership development and foster community involvement. Opportunities for active student engagement will include volunteering, service-learning, practicums, internships, and alternative break experiences both in the United States and beyond our borders. Many of the programs and services previously managed by the department of Student Leadership and Service, will be continued through the new center.
Student Support Services, previously directed by McCauley-Sayer, will now be overseen by Aimee Milne. The SSS department has been renamed the Office of Student Accessibility and will continue to serve all three campuses.