SESSION ONE | AUGUST 19
EVAN DUTMER, PH.D.
Evan Dutmer, Ph.D., (he/him/his) is Instructor in Latin, Ancient Mediterranean Cultures, and Ethics at the Culver Academies in Culver, IN. He is the recipient of the 2020 Indiana Classical Conference Teacher of the Year Award (Rising Star). He has maintained strong professional and personal interest and activity in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts since his time as a PhD candidate at Northwestern University, when he volunteered and worked in educational access at Evanston Scholars, Schuler Scholars, The Odyssey Project Chicago (Illinois Humanities Council), and Posse Scholars. At the Culver Academies, he is an active member of the Cultural Competencies and Equity Committee. He is a GLSEN LGBTQ+ Level 1 certified Ally. He is one of the lead co-organizers of Black Lives Matter in Culver: Focus on Education along with Jessica Harding and Angela Osterman Meyer, Ph.D. He also works as a volunteer Latin translator and researcher for the Slavery, History, Reconciliation (SHMR) Project of the Jesuits of Canada and the USA, Central and Southern, and will join the Moreau College Initiative, a college prison education program co-administered by Holy Cross College and the University of Notre Dame at Westville Correctional Facility in 2021 as Adjunct Instructor in Political Science.