Author: Rachelle Winkle-WagnerPublish On: 2013-09-05
Principal among these tasks is addressing and encouraging the inclusion of peoples and practices that reflect the ... Students may perceive the campus climate as a collective of actions toward inclusion or exclusion of diversity on ...
Author: Rachelle Winkle-Wagner
As scholars and practitioners in higher education attempt to embrace and lead diversity efforts, it is imperative that they have an understanding of the issues that affect historically underrepresented students. Using an intersectional approach that connects the categories of race, class, and gender, Diversity and Inclusion on Campus comprehensively covers the range of college experiences, from gaining access to higher education to successfully persisting through degree programs. Authors Winkle-Wagner and Locks bridge research, theory, and practice related to the ways that peers, faculty, administrators, and institutions can and do influence racially and ethnically underrepresented students’ experiences. This book is an invaluable resource for future and current higher education and student affairs practitioners working toward full inclusion and participation for all students in higher education. Special features: Chapter Case Studies—cases written by on-the-ground practitioners help readers make meaningful connections between theory, research, and practice. Coverage of Theory and Research—each chapter provides a systematic treatment of the literature and research related to underrepresented students’ experiences of getting into college, getting through college, and getting out of college. Discussion Questions—questions encourage practitioners and researchers to explore concepts in more depth, consider best practices, and make connections to their own contexts.
Author: Rachelle Winkle-WagnerPublish On: 2019-10-21
This new edition also includes features such as: New case studies and examples throughout that allow readers to take institutional-level and student-level approaches to the chapter topics Updated citations and theory across chapters New ...
Author: Rachelle Winkle-Wagner
This new and updated second edition of Diversity and Inclusion on Campus: Supporting Students of Color in Higher Education provides an exploration of the range of college experiences, from gaining access to higher education to successfully persisting through degree programs. By bridging research, theory, and practice related to the ways that peers, faculty, administrators, staff, and institutions can and do influence racially and ethnically diverse students’ experiences, Winkle-Wagner and Locks examine how and why it is imperative to have an understanding of the issues that affect students of color in higher education. This new edition also includes features such as: New case studies and examples throughout that allow readers to take institutional-level and student-level approaches to the chapter topics Updated citations and theory across chapters New topical coverage, including discussion of college affordability, an exploration of a variety of institution types, and the role of merit in maintaining and perpetuating racial inequality in higher education End-of-chapter questions that encourage readers to explore chapter concepts in more detail This second edition is an invaluable resource for future and current higher education and student affairs practitioners working towards full inclusion and participation for students of color in higher education.
Author: Hannah Oliha-DonaldsonPublish On: 2020-11-29
What key challenges, if any, do you see with the diversity program or plan at your institution? 6. ... Addressing diversity and inclusion on college campuses: Assessing a partnership between AAC&U and the Ford Foundation.
Author: Hannah Oliha-Donaldson
This timely book unpacks critical incidents occurring on college and university campuses across the nation. Featuring the voices of faculty, staff, and students, this edited volume offers an interdisciplinary exploration of contemporary diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) challenges at the intersections of race, class, gender, and socioeconomic status, while illuminating lessons learned and promising practices. The narratives in this book articulate contemporary challenges, unpack real events, and explore both failed and successful responses, ultimately shining a spotlight on emerging solutions and opportunities for change. Marrying theory and practice, Confronting Equity and Inclusion Incidents on Campus provides a framework for building more inclusive campuses that embody equity and the values of community. A key resource for professionals, students, and scholars of higher education, this volume provides understanding for fostering educational spaces that cultivate belonging among all members of higher education communities, including those historically underrepresented and marginalized.
Author: Eugene T. Parker IIIPublish On: 2021-11-29
Often in our conversations in higher education around diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts on our campuses, ... That is to say, we think the work of creating collaborative, highfunctioning, diverse, and inclusive environments in ...
Author: Eugene T. Parker III
Illuminating the emerging importance of the diversity leader on college campuses, this book offers perspectives and narratives from diversity leaders at institutions of higher education. Becoming a Diversity Leader on Campus unpacks the tension of how diversity leadership is shaped by external factors and pressures that confront colleges and universities, as well as by the unique experiences and identities of the individuals appointed to diversity leadership positions. This book offers a better understanding of how diversity leaders make meaning and sense of their roles, desire, and passion for promoting diversity within their institutions. Chapter authors offer narratives that represent their realities regarding the concept of diversity leadership, how they came to be in their roles, and how diversity leaders do diversity work. This important resource provides practical strategies and guides faculty and higher education professionals in navigating the situational, contextual, and relational constructs within the social and cultural contexts of college and university campuses.
According to Leanna Fenneberg, Assistant Vice President for Student Development, the document outlines the application of an MCOD framework to promote diversity and inclusion on their campus (personal communication, October 29, 2012).
Author: Raechele L. Pope
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Embrace the best practices for initiating multicultural change in individuals, groups, and institutions Higher education institutions have begun to take steps toward addressing multicultural issues on campuses, but more often than not, those in charge of the task have received little to no training in the issues that are paramount in serving culturally diverse students. Creating Multicultural Change on Campus is a response to this problem, offering new conceptualizations and presenting practical strategies and best practices for higher education professionals who want to foster the awareness, knowledge, and skills necessary for multicultural change on an institutional level. In Creating Multicultural Change on Campus, the authors of the classic text Multicultural Competence in Student Affairs delve deep into key concepts in multicultural organizational development, guiding readers who want to enact change not just at the individual level, but also at the group and institutional levels. Readers will be introduced to frameworks that are crucial for creating inclusive, welcoming, and affirming campus environments. You'll also find comprehensive examples from several institutions along with specific examples of effective multicultural practices that are useful for real-world situations. The book: Provides the strategies, frameworks, and expert guidance for recognizing and addressing multicultural issues in institutions of higher learning Offers a rich understanding of both Multicultural Organizational Development (MCOD) and the Multicultural Change Intervention Matrix (MCIM) and how these models are important for evaluating environments and outcomes Is appropriate for those who serve students directly, as well as higher education leaders and administrators who create professional development programs Is designed as a practical guide and filled with specific examples to help readers apply strategies to their own campuses A much-needed resource, this book can help lead institutions toward meaningful action that will have a positive impact for all individuals in a student body and the professionals who serve them.
University of Texas, 2013), diversity as a factor for financial aid support (Podberesky v. ... Prior initiatives, cases, and reports present a few illustrations of longstanding concerns about diversity and inclusion on college campuses, ...
Author: Jeffrey C. Sun
This book unpacks the tension between free speech and the social justice priority to support all students. Drawing on court cases, institutional policies and procedures, and notable campus practices, this book answers the question: How do campus leaders develop interests of social justice and create a campus that is inclusive and inviting of all identities while also respecting students’ free speech rights? This useful guide provides insights about the myriad of challenges that campus leaders have faced, along with practical approaches to address these issues on their own campuses. Experts Sun and McClellan interrogate the assumptions, thoughts, events, rules, and actions often at-play when free expression clashes with a college’s mission of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. This book helpfully guides campus leaders to consider a series of legal frameworks and promising policies as solutions for balancing social justice and free speech.
The committee ultimately voted to keep the names of the buildings and programs, but also offered a series of recommendations for fostering a more inclusive and diverse campus environment, including instituting programs to encourage more ...
Author: John M. Carey
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Campus diversity is a contentious topic, but this book shows far more consensus than conflict in student attitudes toward diversity.
framework prompted new initiatives to confront campus protests, to address the frustrations of the faculty of color, ... The book celebrates best practices and innovative approaches to sustaining diversity and inclusion on college and ...
Author: Sherwood Thompson
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This book provides insightful accounts into the diversity program successes and promising practices by diversity officers working on college and university campuses in the United States.
The first edition of this book constituted a comprehensive resource for students of higher education, faculty, higher education administrators and student affairs leaders engaging with multiculturalism and diverse populations on college ...
Author: Michael J. Cuyjet
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
The first edition of this book constituted a comprehensive resource for students of higher education, faculty, higher education administrators and student affairs leaders engaging with multiculturalism and diverse populations on college campuses. It was one of the first texts to gather in a single volume the related theories, assessment methods, and environmental and application issues pertinent to the study and practice of multiculturalism, while also offering approaches to enhancing multicultural programming and culturally diverse campus environments. This second edition retains the structure and vision of the first, introducing readers to the key theories and models for understanding the complexity of the students they serve, and for reflecting on their own values and motivations. It provides an array of case studies, discussion questions, examples of best practice, and recommendations about resources for use in the classroom. This edition includes a new chapter on intersectionality; updates several chapters, presents a number of new cultural frameworks and updated best practices for creating an inclusive environment for marginalized groups, and expands the third section of the book on cultural competent practice.
Many institutions explicitly focus on the significance of campus diversity and inclusion in their mission statements and highlight the benefits of intercultural relationships ( Davis et al . , 2016 ; Jansen et al . , 2015 ; Quaye et al ...
Author: Meletiadou, Eleni
Publisher: IGI Global
Equality, diversity, and inclusion are at the forefront of current discussion, as these issues have become an international concern for politicians, government agencies, social activists, and the general public. Higher education institutions internationally face considerable challenges in terms of diversity management of both their students and staff, which limits the success of individuals, institutions, and the sector as a whole. The Handbook of Research on Practices for Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education reports on current challenges that higher education institutions face in terms of diversity management and provides crucial research on the application of strategies designed to increase organizational change and support and integrate diverse individuals, including physically disabled individuals, women, and people of color, into higher education institutions. Covering a range of topics such as cultural intelligence and racial diversity, this reference work is ideal for researchers, academicians, practitioners, scholars, policymakers, educators, and students.