Karen Green to Return to Hamilton College as Assistant Dean of Students

Karen R. Green, director of multicultural affairs at Hamilton College from 1990-1994, will return to the college this fall as assistant dean of students. "Karen will be responsible for the development of educational, cultural and social programs that enhance intercultural understanding and foster a campus climate that celebrates and respects the uniqueness of all its members,"said Janis Coates, dean of students. "We are delighted to see her return to Hamilton."

Green was the first recipient of the Leadership Mohawk Valley Presenters Award in 1993. She returned to the campus to deliver Hamilton's baccalaureate address in May, 1996.

Most recently Green was assistant dean of students at Agnes Scott College; prior to that she was assistant program director at Emory University. She has also served as advisor for multicultural affairs and counseling, and director of orientation, residence life and student activities at Agnes Scott.

Green earned a master's degree from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University in 1997, and a bachelor's degree from Agnes Scott College in 1986.

She is a member of the Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education, the Georgia College Personnel Association, and the National Orientation Directors Association. Green is also a certified trainer for the National Coalition Building Institute.

While at Emory University, Green received numerous academic awards from the Candler School of Theology and was named to Who's Who In American Universities and Colleges.

Green was also the first recipient of the Human Relations Award at Agnes Scott College, is a graduate of the Leadership DeKalb program and was a YWCA Woman of Achievement Honoree in the college category. She was also named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities while at Agnes Scott College in 1986.

Hamilton College is an independent, highly selective, liberal arts college that was founded in 1812. It is named for Alexander Hamilton, the first secretary of the treasury, and features a strong curriculum in the humanities, the arts, the sciences and the social sciences.

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