Eight new efforts supported by the National Center for Institutional Diversity will bring together University of Michigan faculty and staff this year to tackle social issues and advance diversity, equity and inclusion on campus and beyond.
The knowledge and research scholars produce is often valuable in helping shape policy and combating social inequities. But navigating the public sphere in today’s political climate can be challenging.
Julie J. Park, a University of Maryland, College Park associate professor, will discuss a recent Harvard University affirmative action case and how Asian Americans fit into the debate about race-conscious college admissions.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity has created several sources of funding for faculty and staff to collaborate within and across disciplinary fields to produce and disseminate their scholarship on important societal issues.
Ten years after it was started to promote and support the work of diversity scholars across the globe and on campus, the National Center for Institutional Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship Program can point to a clear influence in higher education.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity is taking a multi-pronged approach, through research and scholarship at the local and national levels, to increase underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering and math.
Applications for the 2018-19 National Center for Institutional Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship are being accepted until Dec. 1.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity is accepting proposals for its new Pop-Up Research and Scholarship Grants program.
Pop-Up Grants encourage scholar public engagement by providing support for diversity scholars to actively and quickly engage with current campus and social issues.
The University of Michigan has announced the first members of the LSA Collegiate Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, designed to identify and prepare outstanding scholars with demonstrated commitments to diversity, equity and inclusion for possible tenure-track appointments in LSA.
The University of Michigan's National Center for Institutional Diversity is launching three new initiatives and expanding an existing program as part of its ongoing strategic efforts to enhance diversity in higher education and society.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan will make its new home in LSA, where it will be led by incoming director Tabbye M. Chavous.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity at U-M has announced its 2015-16 postdoctoral fellows: Amy Moors, Alana LeBrón and Michelle Rivera.
The National Center for Institutional Diversity convened a national summit Thursday titled "Ensuring Success for Men of Color: Leveraging Evidence to Drive Better Policy, Practice, and Effective Philanthropic Investment."
Noting that we "learn from difference," President Mark S. Schlissel called on leaders of higher education to "relentlessly work at building a diverse campus community — at all levels."
How are the monsters and mysteries of the U.S.-Mexico border and cultural influences on student learning and cognition related? They are the research areas of the 2014-15 National Center for Institutional Diversity's postdoctoral fellows, William Calvos-Quirόs and Wanda Casillas.