A more diverse and inclusive campus will come from senior-level leadership with a strategic vision for the design, promotion, and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion, and cultural competency efforts across campus.
We are pleased to share with the TU community our strategic plan for diversity and inclusion. This plan provides a critical piece of the roadmap for the future of Towson University as we enter our 155th year.
As part of the data collection process for the development of the diversity strategic plan, TU participated in the 2019 administration of the National Assessment of Collegiate Campus Climate (NACCC).
To further our ongoing work on race, racism, and anti-racism, OIIE is organizing Reading Groups for staff and faculty to join guided and frank discussions around important concepts in anti-racism. During this tumultuous point in American history, TU is uniquely positioned to continue its momentum on equity, inclusion, and racial healing. We see facilitated dialogues as an integral part of this ongoing process.
Office of Inclusion and Institutional Equity will continue to host, collaborate on and support a variety of opportunities for support, community, healing, reflection, education and action for the TU community.
This video resource aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of seeking accurate information on COVID-19 and how responses to the pandemic are often linked to racial and ethnic stereotypes.
TU Athletes Vote helps student-athletes understand their role in the 2020 election
Award recognizes TU’s commitment to creating an equitable and inclusive atmosphere
Rita Colwell, the first woman to head the National Science Foundation, to virtually visit TU