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.
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.
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.
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. As a part of this community of practice, ATI has launched a case study series to highlight the data-driven strategies…