Throwback Thursday: My Interview w/ Dr. Aaron Bruce, Chief Diversity Officer at SDSU


Every Thursday I post a miscellaneous blog/picture/article that I have featured in the past or an interview of an extraordinary individual.

This week’s ThrowBack Thursday Edition: My interview with Dr. Aaron Bruce, Chief Diversity Officer at SDSU.

This interview was recorded in the summer of 2014 at my old alma mater San Diego State University–GO AZTECS! And in this interview, not only did I learn more about his role at SDSU, but his passion for international diversity.

2014-08-26-AaronBruceToday I had the pleasure of catching up with Dr. Bruce at SDSU, where he continues to create an inclusive and supportive environment for all SDSU faculty, staff, students, alumni, and visitors–working very closely with senior level administrators, deans, and committees throughout the campus, who are all also dedicated to diversity inclusion strategies. In our conversation, he told me that he is travelling to college campuses across the nation to give important lectures on race topics, such as “Ferguson.”

Here is an article on Dr. Bruce, from Huffington Post, urging students of color to study abroad: Dr. Aaron Bruce Urges Students of Color to Prepare to become International Leaders.

To read my original post on Dr. Aaron Bruce, click on the link below:

Prince in The City w/ Dr. Aaron Bruce, Chief Diversity Officer at San Diego State University

If you wish to learn more about his current activities in recruiting Staff Diversity in International Education, go to www.nafsa.org

If you wish to contact him to give lectures on diversity inclusion and important topics on race such as Ferguson, email him at abruce@mail.sdsu.edu or Google him.

You can also follow Dr. Aaron Bruce on Twitter @DiversityJedi and on About.me about.me/aaron.bruce

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