Timothy DenHerder-Thomas

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2007

Through a series of public forum discussions, Timothy Den Herder-Thomas opened up a dialogue on campus concerning major concepts on global citizenship, including: the idea of collective responsibility; confronting issues of race, class, gender, purpose; and, the impact of student consumption and lifestyle on their larger community. Students, faculty, and staff were further engaged in this dialogue through the campus newspaper in various articles reflecting on these issues. It was Timothy’s hope that this dialogue would foster more student, and a sense of common purpose and shared vision amongst the student body.

Tobi Jaiyesimi

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2007

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Tyler Smeltekop

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2007

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Uriel Montoya

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2007

Uriel worked to reduce social inequity through educational projects so as to empower and prepare young students to solve social issues and work towards ending conflict and inequality at global scale.

Van Nguyen

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2007

2007 UC Berkeley Fellows were able to build a progressive power structure on their campus through student government initiatives.

Vanessa Singh

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2007

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Vicente Garcia

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2007

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Whitney Murray

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2007

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Zach Dryden

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2007

Zach built a campus coalition at Florida State University to address the issue of creating a more inclusive non-discrimination policies within the school, as well as a broad range of other issues to improve the status of LGBTQ students on campus. The Coalition for an Equitable Community consisted of four member organizations (Pride Student Union, the Institute for Liberal Studies, College Democrats, and The F Word, a feminist organization) and a handful of very dedicated individuals. A coalition of other campus and community groups also joined the efforts, culminating in an accountability session that was held with the Vice President of Student Affairs to discuss his demands for a more inclusive non-discrimination policy.

Zach Hall

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2007

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