Leroy Haines Honored at 2012 Rutgers Human Dignity Awards

Leroy C. Haines

Leroy C. Haines, assistant director residence life, Livingston Campus, has worked for 43 years at Livingston, dedicating his life to reducing prejudice, promoting respect for diversity, creating inclusive communities and mentoring hundreds of undergraduates.

Haines was one of six members of the university community recognized at the 2012 Rutgers Human Dignity Awards, presented April 26. The awards, presented by the Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes, honored the work of faculty, staff and students who strive to promote social justice and diversity.

Haines also is a member of Livingston College’s first graduating class (1971), and a 2011 recipient of the Livingston Alumni Association’s Livingston Legacy Award.

Read more about the 2012 Human Dignity Award recipients from Rutgers Focus and The Daily Targum.

Originally posted May 3, 2012
Revised March 19, 2016