Identify Gaps & Utilize Data to Enact Change
For institutions to perform and produce at their highest potential, diversity, equity and inclusion work must be done with intentionality and understanding. The current state of race and systemic racism in higher education requires your attention if your institution is going to move forward in demonstrating a true commitment to change.
Our Title IX and legal expert provides a framework for examining diversity, equity and inclusion issues on your individual campus so you can identify gaps. Once the gaps are identified, strategies to close those gaps will be provided from how to gather data, how to present and utilize data to enact change, and how to incorporate inclusive practices in the classroom and outside of it.
You’ll walk away with the tools you need to take a critical look at your processes and practices for racial inequities, so you can intentionally create systemic change.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Provide a framework for defining diversity, equity, and inclusion work within your department and/or for the entire institution — be more effective at creating systemic transformation and change.
- Create a work plan to identify data needed and evaluate existing data to isolate equity gaps in retention, graduation, and engagement, among other areas specific to your department and/or for the entire institution — move everyone in the same direction so you can remain committed to doing the work that needs to be done to incorporate inclusive practices both inside and outside of the classroom.
- Identify additional items that need to be created and implemented (or revised) to address systemic racism and bias on campus, including bias response organization, policy reform, and other training for faculty, staff and students — demonstrate action and commitment.
- Generate strategies to support the campus community — develop ongoing, widespread change and challenging events both on campus and on the larger national stage, including creating forums for dialog, reflection and healing.
Amber L. Grove is the Director of Title IX and Clery Compliance at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and has served in that role since January 2016.
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Included When You Purchase
- 90-minute online session with carefully selected expert(s)
- Unlimited access to view webinar recording on demand
- Materials for your team (handouts, discussion questions, etc.)
- Certificate of completion for each participant
- Weekly newsletter – What's Working on Campus
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