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Assessing campus diversity initiatives

a guide for campus practitioners

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Published by Association of American Colleges and Universities in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Multicultural education -- United States,
  • Universities and colleges -- Social aspects -- United States,
  • College students -- United States -- Attitudes

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 37-38)

    StatementMildred García ... [et al.]
    SeriesUnderstanding the difference diversity makes -- [3]
    ContributionsGarcía, Mildred
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC1099.3 .A87 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 181 p. :
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18209971M
    ISBN 100911696865
    OCLC/WorldCa50030065

    admissions offices, this book shatters all stereotypes about race and class in this country. Yellow – Race in America Beyond Black and White Frank H. Wu Basic Books Frank Wu examines racial diversity in American with an Asian-American lens, confronting the myths of “the model minority” and “the perpetual foreigner.” In his. diversity office staff through informal advising and meeting channels. Academic data merged with programmatic and demographic data offers central administrators and departments the ability to understand diversity initiatives in the context of student success. Advising services within the central diversity office at Institution B.

    M. Krishnamurthi (7) Justifies continued support—diversity and multicultural programs and services require resources (staff, space, funds, etc.) and assessment results could be used to justify or reallocate resources. (8) Provides context for the initiatives—the assessment process may help to evaluate the relationship between multicultural and other initiatives on campus and view. Assessing Campus Racial Climate. 0 5 10 15 20 Percentage of Items. Average (N=92) Multi-Campus Diversity Surveys (N=4) Multi-Campus Student Surveys (N=20) Single Institution Surveys (Students) (N=29) Faculty Surveys (N=9).

      The key variables in any such study, the book says, are the type of faculty development to be studied, the methods used and the assessment instrument applied to any relevant data. Regarding the first variable, “institutions must promote the learning outcomes that faculty value,” and typically begin with broader outcomes such as writing. Racial and ethnic minorities, notably African Americans and Hispanics/ Latinos, are presently underrepresented in the nursing workforce, as well as in many health occupations. The Future of Nursing identifies this lack of diversity as a challenge for the nursing profession and states that a more diverse workforce will help better meet current and future health care needs and provide more.


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On Nov. 18, the school held an on-campus forum to discuss diversity and inclusion. Students shared their experiences and opinions, including their disappointment with the school’s Center of Multiculturalism Education and. Chapter 4, "Pitfalls and Pinnacles: Campus Lessons," offers "Advice from the Field" and "Dimensions of Diversity." Chapter 5, "Key to Progress: Reasons for Using Assessment in Diversity Work," underscores the value and significance of assessing diversity work in spite of the difficulty or unfamiliarity some may have with the task.

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