The Center for the Study of Diversity is launching a colloquium series.
The first speaker will be Dr. David C. Wilson, Associate Dean for the Social Sciences and Professor of Political Science. Dr. Wilson will discuss his research on how racial resentment explains attitudes and behaviors that matter. This series is aimed toward an audience of UD diversity allies, faculty and staff.
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Samuel D. Museus is a faculty member in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University Bloomington. He also serves as Founding Director of the National Institute for Transformation and Equity at Indiana University. Museus has produced over 200 publications and conference presentations focused on diversity and equity, campus environments, and college student outcomes. His publications include 9 books, including Creating Campus Cultures: Fostering Success among Racially Diverse Student Populations and Racism and Racial Equity in Higher Education. Museus is also creator of the Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (CECE) Model of College Success and the CECE survey, which are tools that colleges and universities around the nation are now using to advance their inclusion and equity agendas and foster success among racially diverse populations.
Museus has previously received several national awards in recognition of the impact of his scholarship, including the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Early Career Award in 2011 and the NASPA George D. Kuh Outstanding Contribution to Research and Literature Award in 2014. His work has also been featured in several high-profile media outlets, such as NPR, the Boston Globe, and the Washington Post. Museus also consults with college campuses in the United States and abroad that seek to transform their institutions and cultivate more inclusive organizational environments.
In this presentation, Dr. Museus will challenge dominant ways of thinking about student success. He will also provide an overview of the types of campus environments that research suggests allow diverse populations to thrive in college. Finally, Museus will also discuss some of the challenges in cultivating these types of environments and offer ideas regarding how institutional leaders and educators might begin to overcome those barriers and advance efforts to foster systemic transformation and maximize positive outcomes for all students.
The Center for the Study of Diversity is launching a colloquium series in Spring 2018.
The series will spotlight the research being done by various faculty and Faculty Scholars on campus and is intended to inform and spark discussion among UD faculty, graduate students, and staff.
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