Helping all Mitchell students reach their goals
By providing support, encouragement, advice, and learning opportunities to students, faculty, and staff, we are able to ensure that Mitchell is place where everyone understands the importance of diversity in the legal profession.
Each year, along with multicultural student organizations, we sponsor diversity related activities, like: Black History Month events; Cesar Chavez Dinner; Shabbat and Passover Seder; and the Pride Festival.
The latest news from our office is below. Click “The Docket” above for all student news.
- A leader of the American Civil Rights Movement tells Mitchell students ‘there is more to do’
- Dean Janus Tells Students that Justice is Not Just an Idea
- Mitchell Provides Middle School Students a Snapshot of Law School Life
- The Mitchell Community Joins Together to Inspire Students to Dream Big and Reach High
- The Minnesota Minority Recruitment Conference Will Open on May 16th
8:30 am–6 pm
Assistant Dean and Director of Multicultural and International Inclusion
Dr. Dreasher has published many scholarly articles and working papers, with topics including: the increase in student-veterans on campus, the impact of demographic changes on colleges and universities, and cultural competence in academic advising. Her research interests include the graduation rate of African American males, building inclusivity in campus communities, understanding cultural differences, and the retention of underrepresented student populations.
Multicultural Affairs Specialist
Sharon has deep connections to many civic and community organizations throughout the region.
As a member of the American Bar Association’s Council on Legal Education Opportunity, Mitchell is committed to diversifying the legal profession and providing all individuals with access to a legal education.
At Mitchell, diversity is an integral part of our mission, vision, and values. Our Office of Multicultural Affairs works with the administration, departments, and the multicultural affairs student advisory board to ensure that the school fulfills its multiculturalism vision of creating a vibrant learning community where all individuals feel welcomed and respected.