Apparently, math professor applicants to the University of California are expected to have contributed to diversity efforts in their past.
American University, located in Washington, D.C., is planning to spend $61 million towards diversity initiatives.
The University of Florida’s podcast on diversity has been a flop, with few listeners and followers.
Cal Poly is hiring a diversity consultant for the tune of $243,000 and he will be required to be on-site for only 15 of the 38 days, which is the duration of the contract.
It apparently is worth spending $10 million for diversity in STEM fields, per the National Science Foundation.
A diversity study commissioned at the University of Wyoming will cost $21,500 and will ask questions that don’t seem to be neutral.
A mandatory diversity course at Syracuse University apparently was not well-received by Syracuse freshman, many of whom had nothing to do with a video full of racist language (which some at an university fraternity had participated in).
The two Ivy League schools whose progeny like to lecture the rest of us about diversity have a hard time achieving it themselves but might be overlooking an obvious solution they are not predisposed to….
For new hires, or professors seeking promotions, UCLA is requiring them to write a ‘diversity creed’ in their application.
Stony Brook University is holding several diversity events, one which involves free-to-decorate cupcakes that represent one’s sexual orientation and identity.