Advancing Student Success through Academic Equity Topical Research Projects
With funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Gray Foundation, three ATI members each received a $7,250 honorarium last year to tackle research on key topics of academic equity.
George Mason University: How Summer Bridge Programs Support First-Generation Student Success
For its Academic Equity Topical Research Project, George Mason University identified promising elements of summer bridge programs that inform positive outcomes for first-generation students.
Marist College: How supplemental peer instruction reduces DFW rates among Pell eligible students in general biology
For its Academic Equity Topical Research Project, Marist College explored the impact of supplemental peer instruction on Pell-eligible students’ success in STEM gateway courses.
Muhlenberg College: Identifying Barriers and Solutions for Student Engagement in Experiential Learning Opportunities
For its Academic Equity Topical Research Project, Muhlenberg College assessed the most substantial barriers to student participation in high-impact experiential learning opportunities.
The Show Goes On: Growing an Ecosystem Devoted to Academic Equity
From June 13-15, 2021, more than 400 representatives from 50 colleges and universities participated in the 2022 Virtual Summer Institute on Equity in the Academic Experience to tackle the most pressing equity challenges from the past year.
Interview with Dr. Jay Darr, Director of University Counseling Center at University of Pittsburgh
The University of Pittsburgh’s University Counseling Center director highlights the imperative to bolster students’ mental well-being, which can help address inequities in the academic experience.
An Interview with Nyree Gray, Chief Civil Rights Officer at Claremont McKenna
Claremont McKenna College’s chief civil rights officer sheds light on the campus climate survey as a key tool to help build a more equitable academic and social environment.
Provocative, Productive, and Collaborative: The 2021 Academic Equity Summer Institute
From June 21-23, 2021, 150 representatives from 28 colleges and universities participated in the 2021 Virtual Summer Institute on Equity in the Academic Experience to tackle the most pressing equity challenges from the past year.
Using Equity Data to Guide the Design and Implementation of the New General Education Curriculum at Ohio State
In June 2021, ATI launched a case study series to highlight how members of its academic equity community of practice are using data to promote more inclusive learning environments.
Using Data to Fuel Inclusive Excellence at Virginia Tech
In Fall 2020, ATI convened 37 of its member institutions from across the country to launch an academic equity community of practice, devoted to promoting more equitable academic communities at a time of widening inequities.
Announcing ATI’s Academic Equity Community of Practice
Recent months have highlighted long-standing inequities within our nation’s postsecondary education system.