School of Art Director Weaves Diversity, Inclusion Into Curriculum
When Victor De La Rosa was an Art major at SF State in the 1990s, he longed for a Latinx faculty mentor. Then he became one. Now, as the director of his alma mater’s School of Art, he is seizing the opportunity to make a wide impact of his own.
“I have a personal goal, which is to start to assemble a faculty that reflects the students that we serve,” he said. “Now I’m able to respond directly and immediately. I don’t have to wait.”
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