Diverse & Inclusive Campus

A more diverse and inclusive campus will be achieved through senior-level leadership with strategic vision for the design, promotion, and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion and cultural competency efforts across campus.

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Creating a more diverse and inclusive campus is one of eight presidential priorities that are linked to and aligned with Towson University’s strategic plan. These eight priorities will help us build a stronger foundation for Towson University’s promising future. 

Goals and Accomplishments

JANUARY 2018 UPDATE

  • Established an annual fall conference for faculty and staff called “Courageous Conversations” to encourage dialogue on inclusivity and social justice at TU
  • Offer a monthly Multiculturalism in Action Brown Bag Series for students, faculty and staff to highlight research on diversity and social justice
  • Engaged in ongoing work on goals identified in the Diversity Initiatives Progress Report
  • Organized training and educational workshop mandated by the NCAA for Sexual Assault Prevention to be offered to all TU athletes in spring 2018
  • Received a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women focused on education and training to prevent sexual assault and violence at Baltimore area colleges

Related Information

Towson University’s Commitment to Diversity

Diversity Faculty Fellows Program

Diversity Initiatives & Resources 

 

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