Inclusive Excellence Resources

The Diversity Action Plan (DAP) reflects our institution’s commitment to inclusive excellence.  Under the leadership of President Dr. Steve Dorman, the importance of diversity and inclusion efforts at Georgia College have been strategically outlined in the DAP. Modeled organizationally after the California State University, Chico’s diversity plan, Georgia College’s DAP was divided into four goal areas: Student Access and Success, Curriculum, Creative Learning and Scholarship, Campus Climate and Campus Vitality and Viability. The DAP addresses four goals: student diversity access and success; curriculum, creative learning and scholarship; faculty and staff recruitment and retention success; and campus climate.

Click here to view the Diversity Action Plan.

Student Diversity Access and Success

Georgia College is interested in increasing the diversity of the student population by attracting underrepresented students to campus. The DAP specifically targets enrollment, retention and graduation strategies that will assist Georgia College in attracting and retaining underrepresented populations as well as assisting in degree completion.

Curriculum, Creative Learning and Scholarship

The DAP seeks strategies that focus on the learning experiences of Georgia College students that promote diversity competence in curricular activities. Other goals include faculty, staff, student scholarship, professional development and research on diversity and inclusion.

Faculty and Staff Recruitment and Retention Success

The DAP seeks to develop strategies to increase diversity of faculty, professional staff and administration at all levels of Georgia College. These efforts will include opportunities for developing a system of accountability in hiring, promotion and professional development opportunities.

Campus Climate

DAP develops ways to assist Georgia in developing opportunities of inclusion through policies, processes, programs, co-curricular activities and activities that may advance and sustain an inclusive campus environment.

RECRUITMENT GUIDELINES

OIE Recruitment Guidelines for Faculty & Staff

OIE Search Committee Checklist

Sample Rubric: assistant_store_manager_application_screening_rubric.docx

Sample Rubric: faculty_search_application_screening_rubric_sample_1.docx

Sample Rubric: faculty_search_rubric_for_initial_application_screening_sample_2.rtf

RECRUITMENT RESOURCES

Search Committee Chairs are encouraged to develop a recruitment plan that promotes diversity and inclusion. To assist chairs in recruiting a diverse applicant pool, the following is a list of web sites, journals and organizations to target and attract professionals from underrepresented groups.

Underrepresented Groups

underrepresented_groups.pdf

General Resources

general_resources.pdf

Database/Directories 

database.directories.pdf

LGBT+ Resources 

lgbt_resources.pdf

Disability and Veteran Resources 

disability_and_veteran_resources.pdf

Resources by Discipline 

resources_by_discipline.pdf

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES SERVING UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS 

To assist Search Committees to reach diverse faculty and staff, OIE has provided a list of colleges and universities that produces a significant number of underrepresented PhD and Master-level students.

Historical Black Colleges and Universities 

historical_black_colleges_and_universities.pdf

Hispanic-Serving Institutions 

hispanic-serving_institutions.pdf

Tribal Colleges and Universities 

tribal_colleges_and_universities.pdf

Diversity Peer Educators is a student organization which works to promote diversity and inclusion on campus to ensure all students feel welcome. They host monthly events about various diversity-related topics; as well as, facilitating classroom activities, presenting on panels, and supporting other diverse organizations on campus. The program's intent is to make our campus not only more inclusive, but to also improve our campus climate.

Mission

The mission of Diversity Peer Educators is to improve inclusivity within the Georgia College community through peer education and advocacy on issues of diversity in order to create an environment of learning which celebrates diversity.

Vision

The Diversity Peer Educators will strive to promote intellectual, respectful, and safe spaces for open dialogue and communication in an aim to deepen understanding of cultural differences and perspectives within our campus community.

Interested in becoming a Diversity Peer Educator?

Please check back toward the end of the spring semester to see when they are holding info sessions and accepting applications.

Request Training

To request a DPE training, please contact Deaje Taylor, Head Coordinator, at deaje.taylor@gcsu.edu or 445-8509. Please send the following information in your request:

  • Date
  • Time
  • Location
  • Subject
  • Number of students

 

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