In an effort to involve faculty members in Hispanic Heritage Month, the Office of Diversity Programs and Services has developed “Food For Thought,” a debate concerning a March study on Hispanic/Latino graduation rates.

The debate, which will take place Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. in Room C on the third floor of the Johnson Center, will cater to university faculty. To increase attendance, it is scheduled during lunch hour instead of in the evening.

“We will be looking at how this research will impact Mason or how we want to implement it,” said Jennifer Crewalk assistant director of Hispanic/Latino student affairs for ODPS.
“It’s a development piece for faculty and staff,” said Joya Crear, director of ODPS. “It provides some exposure to heritage month.”