Cresson, Pa. — Mount Aloysius College is proud to announce an MLK Jr. Week panel discussion on diversity in higher education. The panel will take place on Thursday, Jan. 23 at 3:30 p.m. in historic Alumni Hall.

Panelists will share their unique perspectives covering topics on race, gender, identity, mental health and more. The panelists include: David Berbrich, IUP Director of Billing/Student Housing; Denita Kelly, the University of Cincinnati – Assistant Director of Residence Life; Li Teng, IUP Director of Living Learning; LaQueda Taulton, Point Park University – Doctoral Recruiter/Administrator for the School of Education; and Katie Shaker, investment firm marketing manager.

In addition to the panel, the College will host several other events in honor of MLK Jr. Week. On Monday, Jan. 30, the resident assistants in each residence hall will conduct service projects with students in their hallways. On Tuesday and Wednesday, a “microaggressions awareness” display will be featured in Cosgrave Dining Hall with anonymous microaggressions experienced by students on campus. On Thursday, the College will hold a prayer service at noon with reflections from a recent mission trip.