Jan 13, 2020
More and more universities are starting programs and other initiatives designed to enhance diversity and inclusion. But can the daily work of running a campus also contribute to this goal? Julie Posselt, associate professor of education at the University of Southern California, talks about her new book, Higher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity, and how to carry out basic administrative operations with a clear commitment to diversity and equity.
Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
From the conversation with Julie Posselt:
Higher Education Administration
for Social Justice and Equity: Critical Perspectives for
Edited by Adrianna Kezar and Julie Posselt
Equity in Science:
Representation, Culture, and the Dynamics of Change in Graduate
Education by Julie Posselt
Expected publication: September 2020
From post-interview chatter:
Achieving Diversity at the
Intersection of STEM Culture and Campus Climate by
Kimberly A. Griffin
dotEDU Episode 12: Giving All Learners a Chance with guest John B. King
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Julie Posselt is associate professor of education at the University of Southern California. She investigates institutionalized inequities in higher education, especially within selective universities, graduate education, and STEM disciplines.