Diversity & International Center Staff
Assistant Provost for International Services
E-mail: sdemko at westminstercollege.edu
Tel: (801) 832-2825
Sara graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, International Studies, and Spanish. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Cultural Geography from Prescott College, where her thesis focused on best practices for refugees in higher education. As the Assistant Provost for International Services, Sara's work focuses on providing a comprehensive offering of global learning opportunities for Westminster students as well as serving as the primary officer for SEVIS compliance. Sara’s past positions include Assistant Director for Study Abroad at the University of Utah, International Student Advisor at Salt Lake Community College, and Program Coordinator for SIT Study Abroad. Sara is also a past-chair of the Chair for the Utah Board of International Educators and Utah State Representative for NAFSA: Assocation of International Educators.
Director, Diversity Student Affairs & Services
E-mail: lmarzulli at westminstercollege.edu
Tel: (801) 832-2826
Lu seeks to affirm and honor the experiences of underrepresented students on campus through the Diversity Center’s programs and by collaborating with the student groups who associate with the Diversity Center. He also serves on the Diversity Council in which Westminster faculty and staff collaborate to drive the majority of Diversity programs at the College. One of Lu’s interests is in developing education pipelines for historically underrepresented students to be able to access higher education. One of the ways we accomplish this goal is through Westminster’s partnership with Granite Park Jr. High in which undergraduate students mentor Jr. High students on a regular basis during the academic year.
Lu completed both his degrees at the University of Utah; a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Chicana/o studies and a Master of Arts in Education from the department of Education Culture & Society. His professional experiences include case management and services for homeless families living at The Road Home as well as academic advising and program coordination at the University of Utah’s Office for Student Equity & Diversity.
International Student & Scholar Advisor
E-mail: modonnell at westminstercollege.edu
Tel: (801) 832-2829
Michelle advises international students and scholars about U.S. government regulations, issues related to cultural adjustment, academic difficulties, and general orientation to life in the U.S. She graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2009 with a Master of Arts degree in College Student Personnel. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Kent State University in 2004. Michelle's past positions include Graduate Program Adminstrator at the University of Michigan, International Services Coordinator at Ohio Northern University, and Residence Hall Director at Marietta College.
Associate Provost for Diversity and Global Learning
E-mail: nst at westminstercollege.edu
Tel: (801) 832-2822