University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill leaders will join Daryl G. Smith, a senior research fellow and professor emerita of education and psychology at Claremont Graduate University, to discuss diversity and inclusion during the Diversity in Higher Education Spring Seminar on April 14 at the Carolina Inn.
Smith, along with Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost James Dean, will lead the discussion. The seminar, hosted by the Provost’s Committee on Inclusive Excellence and Diversity and the Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, will focus on the theme “Exploring the Institutional Diversity Framework at Carolina.”
Smith researches and teaches organizational implications of diversity, assessment and evaluation, leadership and change, governance, diversity in STEM fields and faculty diversity. In her keynote, she will speak about integrating diversity into organizational structures and discuss strategies on strengthening partnerships and policies related to diversity.
The Provost’s Committee on Inclusive Excellence will also present the “Big Five Ideas” for improving diversity and inclusion on the campus.
Click here to register for the seminar.
Published April 10, 2015