Creating a More Inclusive Higher Ed Community

Wednesday, October 31 | 3:30PM–4:15PM MT | Four Seasons Ballroom 4, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Recent troubling events on campuses across the country emphasize the critical importance of creating opportunities for open, collaborative, collegial dialogue and learning that helps each of us see the world through the eyes of others. As a part of this effort, it's also important that we continue to create a more equitable environment for women and minorities in higher ed leadership roles. During this presentation, we will discuss microaggressions and talk about the impact microaggressions can have on women and minorities in higher ed. We will also review 15 years of CUPA-HR data regarding representation and pay equity for women and minorities in higher ed leadership roles and discuss how campuses are creating a more equitable environment for everyone.

Outcomes: Gain a greater awareness of microaggressions and the impact they have for the higher ed workforce * Greater understand data that emphasizs the challenges regarding female and minority pay equity and representation in higher ed * Explore tools and resources available for use on campus

Presenters

  • Andy Brantley

    President and CEO, CUPA-HR
  • Keith McIntosh

    Vice President & Chief Information Officer, University of Richmond
  • Jackie Milhans

    Associate Director, Research Computing Services, Northwestern University

Resources & Downloads

  • Creating a More Inclusive Higher Ed Community

    Updated on 11/26/2019