From Diversity to Plurality - Presentation

From Diversity to Plurality - Presentation

Susan Emery, Senior Associate Director of Admissions, Kingswood Oxford School, CT, Dayna Hollins, Assistant Director of Admission, Westside Neighborhood School, CA, Mark Copestake, Assistant Dean of Admission, Pluralism & Multicultural Affairs, Lake Forest Academy, IL, and  Katelyn Forero, Associate Director of Admission, Viewpoint School, CA

We all tout having a “diverse” campus by listing student body demographics like gender, ethnicity, country of origin, international representation, state representation, financial aid awards, etc. This presentation challenges you to reframe your thinking about diversity by adapting the term “pluralistic.”

Learn how to use data to support diversity initiatives and the language that can be used to accurately describe how your programs and initiatives promote inclusivity on campus. Gather tools to begin a diversity audit and a deeper understanding of diversity, inclusivity, and plurality.

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