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Intercultural Advisory Group to host Community Caucus on April 18.

Dear Foresters,

The Intercultural Advisory Group (IAG) invites all members of the campus community to attend our next Community Caucus:

  • Tuesday, April 18, 12-1 p.m. in McCormick. This caucus will have representative from the Career Advancement Center as special guests, to talk about how they integrate questions of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

If you have concerns you would like to share anonymously, or prefer to share your concerns by email rather than in person, please email IAG co-chairs Nevin Heard or Ben Zeller, or another IAG member if you prefer. You can also email the entire IAG at

IAG is appointed by the President of Lake Forest College to engage with and respond to matters relating to cultural, racial, ethnic, religious, gender/sexuality identity, and other forms of identity. We aim to foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive campus. IAG is not a decision-making body, but instead invites feedback from the campus community on how we can do better, which we then communicate to the President and other important campus decision-makers. Our Community Caucuses are a space to address these concerns publicly.

Intercultural Advisory Group
Andrea Conner
Fernanda Fernandez
DeJanae Harges
Nevin Heard
Annie Keller
Deja McClellan
DeJuran Richardson
Tessa Sermet
Ninna Villavicencio
Ben Zeller

Nevin J. Heard, Ph.D. (“DH”)
Any / All Pronouns Matter
Office of Intercultural Relations - Director
555 N Sheridan Rd Lake Forest, IL 60045
Rosemary House Room #200

2023 Leadership Award applications: Individual nominations due March 30, student organization nominations due April 17

Hello Foresters,

Each spring, Lake Forest College recognizes the accomplishments of students, registered student organizations, and the faculty and staff who support them, through our Leadership Awards. These honorees are nominated by the campus community and selected by committees comprised of faculty, staff, and students.

In an effort to be more inclusive of student organization events that are held later in the spring semester, we have two timelines for award nominations. The first timeline is for awards presented to individual members of the Forester community, and the second timeline is for awards presented to student organizations.

Nominations are now open for individual leadership awards on the Honors and Awards webpage. We invite you to click on each of the awards to see their descriptions and submit nominations for students, faculty and staff who have made positive contributions to the Forester community. Self-nominations are also accepted and encouraged. The following individual awards are now open and accepting nominations until March 30th:

  • The Student Leader of the Year Award
  • The Student Organization President of the Year
  • The Rising Star Award
  • The Community Builder Award
  • The Make A Difference Award
  • The Commitment to Campus Well Being Award
  • The Advisor of the Year Award
  • The Commitment to Student Development Award
  • The Peter C. Clute Award for Outstanding Character
  • The Alpha Sigma Kappa Class of 1938 Memorial Prize
  • The Jacob Wardwell Edwards Prize
  • The Tamara Lee Wefler Prize

Nominations for the following student organization awards will open on April 3rd and will close on April 17th:

The Outstanding Program of the Year Award

  • The Social Justice Program of the Year Award
  • The Collaborative Effort of the Year Award
  • The Student Organization of the Year Award

We encourage you to nominate outstanding students, faculty, and staff for these prestigious honors. Please contact the Gates Center at if you need any additional information.

Thank you,
The Gates Center

How We Make It Lake Forest