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Minding the Gap Between Diversity and Institutional Transformation: Eight Proposals for Enacting Institutional Change


by Dafina-Lazarus Stewart — 2018

The current generation of college student activism led by racially minoritized students has called for direct actions, tangible outcomes, and greater institutional accountability for creating and sustaining campus environments that are both more diverse and more inclusive. Institutional rhetoric that focuses on diversity and inclusion has not resulted in tangible campus transformations as incidents of racial macroaggressions against minoritized faculty, staff, and students continue. This chapter proposes eight policy proposals and ten recommendations for campus leaders to enact transformational leadership to facilitate equity and justice in institutional structures, processes, and practices.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 120 Number 14, 2018, p. -
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22377, Date Accessed: 8/14/2018 4:45:54 AM

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  • Dafina-Lazarus Stewart
    Colorado State University
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    DAFINA-LAZARUS STEWART (proper gender pronouns: ze, zim, zir) is Professor and Co-Director of the Student Affairs in Higher Education program in the School of Education at Colorado State University. Dr. Stewart has been a faculty member for 17 years preparing student affairs educators and leaders and previously taught at The Ohio State University, Ohio University, and most recently at Bowling Green State University. An intersectional approach to issues of equity and justice in higher education mobilizes zir research agenda, which centers populations minoritized by ability, ethnicity, gender, race, sexuality, and spirituality. In addition to dozens of book chapters and refereed articles, Dr. Stewart has been the author or editor of three books, most recently Experiences of Black Collegians in U.S. Northern Private Colleges: A Narrative History, 1945–1965 (Palgrave, 2017).
 
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