Larry Rowley (M.Ed. ’95 Soc Fnds; Ph.D. ’99 Higher Ed) is a faculty member in the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies and Academic and Research Program Office for Diversity and Mentoring in the Rackham Graduate School at the University of Michigan. He received the 2015 Faculty Cornerstone Award at the university’s Black Celebratory event during commencement. The award is given to faculty who have demonstrated exemplary commitment to the success of African American students at the University of Michigan.
Larry Rowley's Curry Memory
“I loved studying in Ruffner Hall and my time as a graduate assistant in the Dean’s office. I am particularly proud of what we achieved during the year that I was Vice Chairman of the Education Council and a founder of Black Graduate Students in Education (BGSE).”