The university cannot promote diversity to its non-Indigenous community on campus without actively supporting the Piscataway tribe of the past, present and future.
The question will be on the ballot during SGA elections, which will take place next week.
In 2019, the university’s diversity and inclusion vice president announced she would be looking to fill the position.
The Senate also approved a new concentration for the master of public health program.
The listening session was run by the university's Task Force on Community Policing.
The conversation was co-moderated by The Diamondback.
The union that represents UMD workers remains unsatisfied.
The roadmap includes plans to help establish “new and more concrete” gun procedures and guidelines for police officers on the campus.
Lanford officially stepped down at a virtual meeting Wednesday.