Intercultural Development

The Office of Intercultural Development advances Lafayette’s commitment to diversity and inclusion through educational outreach and cultural programming. Several offices work together to promote identity exploration, coalition building, social justice advocacy, civic engagement, heritage awareness, cultural immersion and cross-cultural dialogue.

Visit the following websites to learn more about the offices affiliated with intercultural development:

Fraternity & Sorority Life
Gender & Sexuality Programs
Intercultural Development
International Student Association
Landis Community Outreach Center
Religious & Spiritual Life

Professional Staff:

John McKnight
Dean of Intercultural Development
101 Hogg Hall
Phone: 610-330-5320
Email: mcknighj@lafayette.edu

Bonnie Winfield, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Intercultural Development
Director of Landis Community Outreach Center
115 Farinon College Center
Phone: 610-330-5813
Email: winfielb@lafayette.edu

Amber Zuber
Associate Director of Landis Center
115 Farinon College Center
Phone: 610-330-5653
Email: zubera@lafayette.edu

Shannon Stokes
America Reads Coordinator
Soles Hall
Phone: 610-330-5678
Email: stokess@lafayette.edu

Gene Kelly
Associate Dean of Intercultural Development
Director of Gender and Sexuality Programs
Portlock Black Cultural Center
101 McCartney Street
Phone: 610-330-5819
Email: kellye@lafayette.edu

Stuart Umberger
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
115 Farinon College Center
Phone: 610-330-5580
Email: umberges@lafayette.edu

Janine Block
International Student Advisor
153 Farinon College Center
Phone: 610-330-5546
Email: blockj@lafayette.edu

Reverend Alexandra Hendrickson
Interim College Chaplain
Director of Religious and Spiritual Life
Phone: 610-330-5959
Email: TBD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer

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