The College of Visual and Performing Arts’ diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts are led by Rachel E. Dubrofsky, professor and chair of the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, and Emily Goldstein Nolan, professor of practice in the Department of Creative Arts Therapy.

Rachel Dubrofsky
Rachel E. Dubrofsky
Emily Nolan
Emily Goldstein Nolan

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Featured image: The Inclusive Music Recording Studio is a two-week summer camp hosted at SubCat Studios in Syracuse that brings youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities together with music education graduate students to collaboratively operate a recording studio. The studio was developed by Setnor School of Music faculty members Jim Abbott and John Coggiola.