Rejena Grotjohn will be heading up diversity initiatives at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s William H. Bowen School of Law.
Grotjohn has been named the assistant dean for student affairs and diversity initiatives. In this roles, Grotjohn will play a significant role in the Bowen School’s Racial Justice and Equity Action Plan, evaluating programming and curriculum and developing new initiatives to promote diversity and inclusiveness.
“In her role as assistant dean of student affairs, Dean Grotjohn has been a passionate advocate for Bowen’s students and their legal education,” Terri Beiner, Bowen’s dean, said in a statement “She is well-suited for this role, and I am pleased she has accepted the responsibility.”
Grotjohn has served as the assistant dean of student affairs since 2016 and previously served as the director of bar success services when she joined the law school in 2014.