19 mars 2017

How can architecture schools increase diversity?

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. When Patricia Nakaghala Muumba, a junior at the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, was in second grade, a new building taking shape next to her elementary school in Kampala, Uganda, stirred her curiosity. More...

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Diversity efforts take center stage throughout higher ed

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. In 2008, officials at Barnard College surveyed campus stakeholders to assess the climate of diversity and inclusiveness at the institution. More...

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Where black college students do best, and worst

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. It seems it really does matter what college you go to, especially if you’re black. More...

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Arizona state leavens academia with intellectual diversity

University Business LogoSubmitted by Steven Wyman. Encouraging developments are as welcome as they are rare in colleges and universities that cultivate diversity in everything but thought. Fortunately, state legislatures, alumni, and philanthropists are planting little academic platoons that will make campuses less intellectually monochrome. More...

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Why is there so little social diversity in medicine?

The Guardian homeBy. College heads warn that without reassurance on their rights many lecturers, researchers and support staff will depart, causing ‘enormous damage’. More...

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18 mars 2017

What I learned as a student of colour

The Guardian homeBy. My advice to people of colour at university? Learn all about your cultural history, and link up with like-minded students. More...

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15 mars 2017

#like diversité : plateforme web grand public dédiée à la diversité et l’emploi

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)#like diversité est une plateforme web en faveur de la diversité qui offre des conseils utiles et gratuits, sur le thème de l’emploi (recrutement, gestion de sa carrière et vie au travail), auprès de publics divers.
Ces conseils prennent la forme de vidéos, de fiches outils, de témoignages, de forums de discussion.
La plateforme permet également aux entreprises de valoriser leurs bonnes pratiques, à travers des vidéos témoignages de leurs salarié.e.s.
Plus d'infos : www.likediversite.com. Voir l'article...

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14 mars 2017

Diversifying income streams in African universities

By Munyaradzi Makoni. In order to be sustainable, successful tertiary institutions around the world have found ways to diversify their income streams so as to reduce dependence on public funds which are often tied to economic and political factors. More...

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27 février 2017

NON SEI SOLO. UN MILIONE DI FIRME PER LA DIVERSITÀ IN EUROPA

FUEN is happy about all the congratulations regarding the successful judgment at the European Court of Justice in the case of the Minority SafePack Initiative. Thanks a lot for your strong support! This support will absolutely be required in the future in order to put the initiative into action. We are looking forward to making the next steps towards better promotion and protection of the European minorities. More...

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23 février 2017

Call for Diversity in Ed Tech Design

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Call for Diversity in Ed Tech Design
Jade E. Davis, DML Central, 2017/02/03
Part of the problem with e-learning technology is that it is designed with the wrong consumer in mind. Designers picture the typical online student as a stereotypical college student with deep pockets attending a traditional midwestern university studying the liberal arts More...

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