|Submission Date||Oct. 14, 2015|
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|Student diversity and equity||Yes|
|Employee diversity and equity||Yes|
Based on the results of the 2005 University Diversity Appraisal that identifies pressing diversity challenges, the Council addresses issues of diversity in the following areas:
Mission and Goals
Diversity Leadership and Governance
Student Recruitment and Admissions
Student Development and Retention
Faculty Recruitment, Development and Retention
Staff Recruitment, Development and Retention
Council members share diversity best practices, engage in institutional diversity planning, and make recommendations to University administration about pressing diversity issues.
|Yes or No|
Cultivating Cultural Competence
This one-day class brings a light touch to a seemingly heavy subject. Through experiential learning in a nonjudgmental setting, develop positive strategies to handle the interpersonal issues that can arise from cultural differences and to increase your cultural competency.
The University's Professional and Continuing Education office also offers one on one coaching and targeted trainings for individual departments and academic or administrative units as requested.
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