Colorado State University is yet-another university which has published an inclusive language guide, which guide claims the word “American” is non-inclusive and says not to use the word on the college campus.
Apparently, a beef additive in the University of Wisconsin’s ice cream makes it not inclusive for certain religious students, according to some students.
James Madison University is offering a $250 stipend to faculty members to attend an inclusivity ‘institute’ and make multicultural understanding a part of their teaching.
A Catholic school decided to remove statues of Mary and Jesus in the name of inclusivity.
Don’t expect meetings at Clemson University to start on time, since requiring punctuality is not “inclusive,” said one employee training session at the university.
Sounds like a bunch of academic and politically-correct jargon, doesn’t it? Administrators at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay are offering professors a sum of $2,000 to “diversify” their college courses to create a more inclusive…
You can look at the summary for yourself on what the course offers. Oh, it also costs $330 for 3 academic credits: Creating LGBTQ Inclusive Schools focuses on understanding the LGBTQ youth and families served…
Sounds like a productive use of university resources, doesn’t it? Spending time to create a language guide for their students was a priority, apparently.
Saying “husband” or “wife” is not inclusive and college faculty at Bates College should use the word “partner,” per a new faculty guide at the college.
From the University of Washington-Tacoma Writing Center press release on racism in grammar: Putting Writing at the Center of Inclusivity The UW Tacoma Writing Center’s new antiracism and social justice statement aims to confront practices…