Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Enhancements

Oct. 14, 2022

Hello colleagues,

Please find in the links here our Fall 2022 updates on the three areas we are working across Academic Affairs to create a more equitable, inclusive, and diverse community for all Titans. This work has been occurring now for two years, and you can find archived updates here. We group this under climate, professoriate, and faculty success. However, all of these elements feed each other and so are not separable. Note that the work detailed here happens across our many college and AVP portfolios and are the result of collaborations and leadership from staff, faculty, students, and administrators. Please share feedback with me so we can continue this journey towards the institution we seek to become.

Best Wishes,
Carolyn Thomas, Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs


 

Equity Pedagogy Module

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Our Efforts

I. INCLUSIVE CLIMATE

Creating a more inclusive climate in our classrooms, departments, and colleges.

INCLUSIVE CLIMATE EFFORTS

 

II. DIVERSE PROFESSORIATE

Creating and cultivating an increasingly diverse professoriate to better reflect the communities of our students and push the research boundaries of academic fields.

DIVERSE PROFESSORIATE EFFORTS

 

III. FACULTY SUCCESS

Faculty success, in part, requires that Academic Affairs policies and practices are fair, equitable and reward the activities that make our students successful and enable our communities in our region to thrive.

FACULTY SUCCESS EFFORTS

DEI Enhancements in Student Affairs

Diversity , equity and inclusion as a University-wide effort. To learn more about DEI efforts in the Division of Student Affairs, click the button below.

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