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Advancement leaders have honed the skills necessary to attract top talent and close transformative principal gifts. Today, they can leverage those strengths to create a more diverse, equitable division and marshal resources for DEIJ on campus.
Learn about each of the seven hallmarks of an anti-racist institution through the lives of four BIPOC community members in this interactive infographic.
To fulfill the promise of student success we must eliminate persistent equity gaps at our colleges and universities. Watch the video to hear from Deborah Ford, Chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Parkside about why she made the decision to have her institution participate in closing equity gaps in her region.
Learn about each of the seven hallmarks of an anti-racist K-12 institution through the lives of four BIPOC community members in this interactive infographic.
EAB has launched a research initiative to support higher education leaders in their efforts toward institutional reckoning and racial healing. Our early conversations have revealed important lessons for institutions considering this work. Here are three that campus leaders should keep in mind along the way.
Hallmarks of an Antiracist Institution: The Behaviors and Actions that Promote Racial Justice in Education
The ongoing national conversation about the deadly impact of racism has created an urgency around the need for dramatic change at all levels of society.
Chief diversity officers (CDOs) carry the monumental responsibility of creating meaningful and sustained structural and cultural change at an institution. For CDOs to be effective, they must have direct access to executive leadership, a scaffold of institutional supports, and appropriate staff and financial resources.
In this webconference we will explore recent trends in faculty diversity and key reasons the typical approach to increasing diversity fails.
Learn how the pressure from students and shifting demographics that are driving a new urgency among academic leaders to prioritize both greater numerical representation of underrepresented groups among faculty and a more inclusive environment for faculty, students, and staff.
Despite growing interest, too many cluster hiring initiatives fail due to a lack of appropriate planning. This white paper walks through the six stages of cluster hiring and recommended imperatives to execute and avoid common pitfalls.