DIVERSITY REVISITED: 14-981 FISHER V. UNIVERSITY OF TEX. AT AUSTIN (06/23/2016) Fisher said in news reports that she hoped for the day universities selected students “solely based on their merit and if they work hard for it.” But Fisher failed to graduate in the top 10 percent of her class, meaning she had to compete for the… Continue reading DIVERSITY REVISITED: FISHER V. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
BY MATT WEBER ON NOVEMBER 2, 2017 1:06 PM Vanessa Grigoriadis, author of “Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus,” looks at what is really happening behind closed doors on America’s college campuses. Author Vanessa Grigoriadis knew that if she really wanted a window into what was happening on college campuses in regard to relationships,… Continue reading Article Repost Harvard EdCast: Questions of Consent.
An introduction to diversity The concept of diversity in the workforce is not a new conversation, and in some cases, there may be an element of oh no, not this again. But if you’re reading this article, I’m hoping it’s because you’re ready to harness the power of diversity for the good of your company. There has been some fatigue around the… Continue reading Diversity: The Recruitment Challenge
“Missing an attractive opportunity to address poorly served customers in your workplace…Could be due to your own feelings of insecurity in the place where you work.”