ADVANCING THE CONVERSATION ON DIVERSITY, EQUITY,
AND INCLUSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND BEYOND

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Using a Sense-of-Belonging Approach to Support Young Men at Rochester...

The persistence, academic success, and graduation of college students are on the minds of college administrators and higher education researchers at institutions across the...

Leveraging the Residential Campus to Further Diversity and Inclusion Goals

We know that racism is woven into the history, structure, and social and intellectual fabric of most institutions of higher education in the United...

Inclusive Visioning

The future requires more than “thinking outside the box.” It requires redefining what the box is in order to let go of institutional structures...

Advancing Diversity Through CDO and SIO Collaboration

One of the ways that colleges and universities demonstrate their commitment to diversity and inclusion is by incorporating that commitment into their institutional strategic...

A Need for Diversity in the Oral Health Workforce

  The racial and ethnic composition of the health professions workforce, including the dental workforce, fails miserably to reflect the increasing diversity of the U.S....

Diversity, Inclusion, and Veterinary Medicine:  At the Least, We Are Changing

In 2013, The Atlantic named the veterinary profession the “whitest profession” in the United States. While a shocking characterization to some, it echoed an article published a...

Graduate Medical Education: The Gateway to Diversity in the Physician Workforce

  Landmark reports, including the Sullivan Commission’s “Missing Persons: Minorities in the Health Professions” and the Institute of Medicine’s “Unequal Treatment” and “GME That Meets...

Team Approach to CDO Operations Sets Cornell Apart

Many universities have a single chief diversity officer, but Cornell uses five chief diversity officers to deliver a bigger impact in advancing diversity and...

Marshall University Infuses Cultural Competency into Pharmacy Education

With the population becoming increasingly diverse, it’s essential that tomorrow’s academic healthcare professionals and scientists are schooled in cultural and ethnic differences. Despite national awareness...