Eddie Ganaway Diversity Learning Center

Eddie Ganaway ’71 came to the College in the spring of 1968 after serving as a U.S. Navy medic. Despite the relative isolation as one of the few African Americans on campus, the history major came to see the College as deeply enriching and rewarding. He went on to earn a Master of History and had a vibrant career in academics and insurance. 

In honor of the life and achievements of Eddie Ganaway, the Office of Institutional Diversity Eddie Ganaway Diversity Center (E.G.D.C.) is designed to drive culture changing initiatives. E.G.D.C is a hub of resources to give students, faculty, and staff the support they need to be empowered in creating sustainable pathways towards a more equitable and inclusive campus. 

 

Affinity Groups 

E.G.D.C. is in the Robert Scott Small building, Room 263. It is a physical space for faculty and staff to build community, share resources and engage in advocacy. Click here to learn more about our existing affinity groups and how to apply to create one.