Diversity Equity and Inclusive Excellence Publications

Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2010
Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2010

In the face of today's financial challenges, higher education institutions across the country are struggling to provide pathways to quality higher education and academic success, particularly for underserved students. This issue of Diversity & Democracy offers concrete suggestions for how higher education can improve access and success and strengthen learning outcomes despite economic barriers.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2010
Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2010

Elements of personal identity provide the lenses through which students interpret and interact with the world on both local and global levels. This issue of Diversity & Democracy examines how colleges and universities can help students explore "big questions" related to issues of personal identity and implications of these questions for advancing the public good in a diverse democracy.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2010
Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2010

At the crossroads of local and global pluralism, of democracy and demography, lie the intersecting paths of immigration and higher education. This issue of Diversity & Democracy examines the educational needs of the expanding immigrant population and the educational benefits of exploring immigration in the classroom.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2009
Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2009

By incorporating diverse content, perspectives, and approaches into the curriculum, faculty of all disciplines have found both pedagogical and curricular routes that strengthen scholarship and prepare students for engagement with today's complex world. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores the various ways that faculty are engaging with diversity across the disciplines to support student learning and improve achievement of important liberal learning outcomes.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2009
Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2009

To keep pace in today's complex and competitive global arena, American higher education must retire old notions of educational exclusivity and embrace new models of inclusive excellence. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores how colleges and universities are building pathways to success using high-impact educational practices as stepping stones toward achievement for all students.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2009
Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2009

Assessing diversity outcomes, particularly those related to the development of personal and social responsibility, challenges educators seeking to demonstrate the positive effects of liberal education. This issue of Diversity & Democracy examines new projects and practices that are developing compelling evidence of students' intercultural, global, and civic learning.Read more

Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2008
Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2008

Socioeconomic class has dramatic effects on opportunity within and beyond college—yet it is a challenging topic of conversation for students and faculty alike. This issue of Diversity & Democracy provides some tools to guide difficult discussions about class in the hopes of creating more inclusive campuses and a more equitable world beyond.Read more

High-Impact Educational Practices: What They Are, Who Has Access to Them, and Why They Matter
2008

This publication defines a set of educational practices that research has demonstrated have a significant impact on student success. Author George D. Kuh presents data from the National Survey of Student Engagement about these practices and explains why they benefit all students, but also seem to benefit underserved students even more than their more advantaged peers. The report also presents data that show definitively that underserved students are the least likely students, on average, to have access to these practices.

Diversity & Democracy, Spring 2008

The capacity for principled action in a diverse world is a core outcome of a successful liberal education—and one that often develops through community engagement. This issue of Diversity & Democracy explores the connections between civic learning and diverse communities, setting the framework for action that is ethical, imaginative, and inclusive.Read more

Diversity and Democracy, Winter 2008
Diversity & Democracy, Winter 2008

Religious Diversity challenges educators seeking to prepare students with intercultural skills for effectiveness in a pluralistic society. As students and faculty grapple with the roles that spirituality and belief play within and across disciplines, this issue of Diversity & Democracy opens the door for more rewarding conversations.Read more

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