Developing Intentional Strategies to Improve Campus Climate: A Discussion Space

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Developing Intentional Strategies to Improve Campus Climate: A Discussion Space

Get expert guidance on how to create a culture of equity and inclusion on your campus.


Today’s higher education environment demands more equitable and inclusive practices, so it is more important than ever that leaders are attentive to their overall campus climate. As a campus leader, you may be asking yourself questions like “How can I change or improve faculty culture?” or “How do we, as a campus community, handle the inequities that show up in our policies and procedures?” These are difficult yet critical questions to consider if you are trying to raise awareness, institute a strategy, or make lasting change to create a more inclusive campus environment.

Join us online for a recorded discussion that will help you take a more intentional and anticipatory approach to managing and improving your campus climate. Through practical guidance from our speakers, you will leave this webcast better able to:

  • Identify what you wish you knew when it comes to improving campus climate and how to gather perspectives and data to move your initiative forward
  • Articulate the “why” behind the strategies you are putting in place
  • Understand how the 4-Way Implementation Model, developed by our presenters, can serve as a blueprint to help you measure effectiveness and identify gaps in your current efforts

Our experts, Dr. Myron Anderson and Dr. Kathryn Young recently published their book, Fix Your Climate: A Practical Guide to Reducing Microaggressions, Microbullying, and Bullying in the Academic Workplace. You can purchase it here.

Who should attend?

This program is designed for institutional and academic leaders involved or interested in diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Campus leaders such as Presidents, Vice Presidents, Senior Diversity Officers, Provosts, Deans/Department Chairs, or Human Resource Directors who are seeking to improve the climate in their department, division, or on a campus-wide level will benefit most from this discussion.