Office of Multicultural Programs

Welcome to the Office of Multicultural Programs (OMP) in the College of Agriculture, where you can find information about the exemplary work that is being done in the area of diversity and inclusion throughout our college community. Diversity in all its forms is integral to the success of this institution. The College of Agriculture is a diverse and multicultural community that values, supports and is accepting of differences; a community that continually strives to be equitable, fair and inclusive.


Agricultural Administration Building (AGAD)
Room 105
615 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907


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OMP’s new assistant director a teacher and mentor by nature

Linnette White, the new assistant director for faculty and staff development for the Office of Multicultural Programs, joined the College of Agriculture in December after serving as a director of multicultural programs in the College of Pharmacy...

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Farm Credit Mid-America partnership supports diverse future ag leaders

When staff from the College of Agriculture’s Office of Multicultural Programs gathered at a...

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Graduate students participate in agricultural policy at D.C. summit

Three Purdue graduate students participated in the third annual MANRRS NASDA Agriculture Policy...

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College of Agriculture’s MLK week urges “good trouble”

“We all need to recognize that equity and anti-violence work are daily practices,”...

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New OMP Assistant Director hopes his work will resonate throughout the college

As the newly hired assistant director of the Office of Multicultural Programs for the College of...

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Student learns from two and four legged friends

Nira Grynheim, a sophomore in the Department of Animal Sciences, studies animal behavior and...

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MANRRS helps groom entrepreneur for life after Purdue

"I didn’t want to come to Purdue. I just wanted to get out of the Midwest,” said...

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