Diversity, inclusion, leveraging difference, Uncategorized, Women

Thought Leadership

Institutions of higher education are filled with smart people – students, staff and faculty alike. I’m going to focus on just one of those groups today, faculty. Our faculty are teaching the next generation of leaders and researching in hopes of solving real-world problems. This research tends to get…

By huberw-
Diversity, inclusion

100% All In!

I remember the day when the email landed in my inbox – an invitation to take part in the USC Equity Institute with members of the nursing school and Associate Deans for Diversity & Inclusion from across UVA. This was no small commitment.  There were class sessions and small group meetings…

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Diversity at Darden, inclusion

More Than What Meets The Eye

Traveling allows me to do one of my favorite things – people watch.   Airports are amazing places to people watch, better than a mall, better than an amusement park.  As I sit at my gate I watch the parade of people move by.  I wonder about where they are going and…

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General

UVA Reflection Conversation Schedule, August 12, 2017

On Saturday, Aug. 12, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the University is offering a day of events displaying its commitment to mutual respect and inclusion. Faculty and staff will facilitate discussions on constitutional rights and citizenship; community dynamics and polarization; local history; and other related topics, all…

By Martin Davidson-
General

Understanding the Context for the Unite the Right Rally: A Summary

Earlier in 2017, Charlottesville City Council voted unanimously to rename Lee and Jackson parks in downtown Charlottesville to Emancipation and Justice parks, respectively. The vote came following a previous decision to remove statues of Confederate Civil War generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson.Many communities are debating…

By Martin Davidson-
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