Arlene Nededog, Director of Inclusion
- Arlene Nededog received her M.Ed. degree in 1983 and bachelor’s in 1979 from Colorado State University. She has been at Colorado State University since 1985.
- She joined the Dean’s Office in 1998, bringing with her a background in diversity, TRIO and advising programs. Currently, she is the Director of Inclusion in the College of Natural Sciences, working with the college to develop and guide a comprehensive strategy for retention, diversity, and inclusion.
- Previously, she served as the Director of Enrichment and Engagement, and worked with learning communities, led academic support services, retention initiatives, and served as advisor for several diverse College of Natural Sciences student organizations.
- In addition, she serves as the CSU Site Coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Alliance for Minority Participation (RMAMP). Combined with these roles she has been actively involved in diversity training and as a steadfast community member, she serves as a committee participant across the campus and throughout Fort Collins because of her knowledge and experience with diversity.
Office: Statistics Building 104
Phone: (970) 491-2036
Education: BA, Colorado State University, 1979 | M.Ed, Colorado State University, 1983