Ensure diverse representation in course and campus materials

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Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Admissions

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Success Coaching

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Advising

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Campus Safety

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Human Resources

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Marketing & Public Relations

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Human Resources

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Leadership

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Residence Life

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Marketing & Public Relations

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Success Coaching

Building a Network of Support to Promote Equity

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Advising

Cultivating an Inclusive Environment: Human Resources

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Creating Inclusive Learning Environments

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Foster appreciation for diverse identities

Ensure diverse representation in course and campus materials

Creating a sense of belonging for students and colleagues requires that we ensure that materials, including print, images around the institution, social media posts, and the school website, reflect a diverse and inclusive community. When our students and team members see people who look like them represented in our materials, at cocurricular events, campus offices, and in campus-wide print and digital materials, they feel that they belong, believe in their ability to succeed, and put in more effort (Bandura, 1997; Gurin et al., 2002).

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