|Submission Date||March 6, 2013|
Associate Professor and Sustainability Coordinator
Department of Geography
A 2008 Miami University Campus Climate Survey assessed overall perceptions of Miami’s climate, in which respondents were asked to indicate their agreement about a series of items pertaining to campus diversity generally as well as their own place within the community.
The assessment informs Miami's efforts in four core areas: recruitment, retention, curriculum and climate. As part of our recruitment efforts, we partner closely with the Office of Admission to facilitate a diverse undergraduate student population. In terms of retention, we work to ensure students have an enriching academic experience—complete with curricular and co-curricular opportunities. As part of our commitment to a Liberal Education, the Global Miami Plan promotes coursework designed to provide students with a breadth of information on a range of content areas. The curriculum also provides courses related to diversity and inclusion both within the United States and abroad.
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