The has taken diversity to a whole new level, where they require applicants to write a statement on diversity and how they’ve encouraged it. Photo by Referenceace – Working!
A study in the Harvard Business Review alleges that diversity trainings are a sham and aren’t actually diverse.
Diversity and culture courses are more important than financial literacy and slowing down student debts in Big Ten schools.
The “Inclusive Terminology” guide put out by the school sounds ludicrous.
No affirmative action? No problem. Diversity increased by 114% at Texas A&M.
Some students are upset that the associate professor didn’t get tenure, but the new reality is that tenure could be disappearing sooner rather than later.
Dartmouth plans to spend $145 million on diversity over the next decade. Huh?!
Math may no longer be required to graduate at Wayne State University. Huh?!
A program specifically geared to creating diversity doesn’t work at University of Wisconsin. Ouch.
From the Campus Reform: “Skidmore College is receiving more than $1 million to “explore diversity through art,” and is planning new courses to complement art exhibits from “diverse or traditionally underrepresented artists.””