The Inclusive Excellence Framework
Inclusive Excellence re-envisions both quality and diversity.
- Reflects a striving for excellence in higher education
- Seeks to infuse diversity into recruiting, admissions, hiring, curriculum, administrative structures and practices
- Embraces newer forms of measuring excellence, emerging research on learning and brain functioning and more nuanced accountability structures
Inclusive Excellence moves beyond numbers to multilayered processes that achieve excellence in learning; research and teaching; student development; local and global community engagement; workforce development; and more.
(Williams, Berger & McClendon; 2005)
Dr. Anu Kumar, President & CEO of Ipas, has served in a non-profit executive position for 20 years and as CEO for four years. Ipas is an international non-profit organization with offices in 16 countries and work in many more. Dr. Kumar will reflect on what global health organizations can and should do to decolonize global health and how we need to rethink the ways we are training global health practitioners in the U.S. to work locally and globally in public health.
Download our Enrollment Diversity (PDF) presentation to see information on enrollment trends and department diversity.