To be more intentional as we conduct our work addressing equity in higher education, we must first seek to understand, seek to be inclusive, and ensure representation of diverse views and perspectives.
Results from the Institutional Data Capacity Survey, which was designed to provide insight into the capacity (data, technology, and resources) of institutions to improve equitable outcomes through evidence-based approaches.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has exposed and exacerbated violence perpetrated against Asian and Asian American communities. Colleges and universities have a responsibility to call out these intersecting crises and to provide resources for learning and for community care.
An interview with Tony Scinta, Executive Vice Provost at Nevada State College and NWCCU Equity Council Member.
Alaska Pacific University, Blue Mountain Community College, Great Falls College of Montana State University, Nevada State University, Oregon State University, Seattle Pacific University, Umpqua Community College, University of Alaska Southeast, University of Montana Western, University of Utah, and Whitworth University
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