Diversity Efforts Data Collection

If you have any information related to a diversity effort (or set of efforts) at UD from January 1, 2013 through June 1st, 2018, please send that information and or related documents to the following email address:
 
Please send this information to the consultants by April 30th, 2018.
 
If you have any questions, please email Dr. Rona Halualani at:   rona@halualani.com
 
Rona Tamiko Halualani, Ph.D. (Intercultural Communication, Arizona State University, 1998)
Principal and Founder, Halualani & Associates
(650) 996-9255

AIM4 Community Excellence

The President’s Diversity & Inclusion Assessment Task Force will launch a comprehensive assessment of current and past diversity efforts in the fall of 2018.   The Task Force Members encourages everyone in our campus community to participate.  View the introductory video.

Overview

The University of Dayton affirms that diversity, equity, and inclusion are inextricably linked with excellence. Indeed, diversity at all levels of the University — from the boardroom to the student body — enriches our learning environment and expands our institutional ability, intelligence, and creativity.  As one part of our pursuit of the core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, the University appointed its first vice president of diversity and inclusion in 2016, Dr. Larry Burnley.  In his first year, Vice President Burnley focused on developing an understanding of the context for his efforts, including engaging both on- and off-campus in extensive listening sessions to learn about our history, our ongoing efforts to achieve greater diversity, and those areas where we have extant strengths and others of particularly great need.

Vice President Burnley has now begun working with faculty, staff, and other administrators to address some of the areas of greatest need.  We understand, however, that change and sustainable progress towards greater diversity, equity, and inclusion require a comprehensive approach that relies on a detailed (qualitative and quantitative) assessment, careful analysis, and the development of a prioritized and resourced strategic plan.  The President’s Diversity & Inclusion Assessment Task Force, chaired by Vice President Burnley, will work with key internal offices and individuals and with external resources to perform this critical first planning step.

Purpose

The Diversity & Inclusion Assessment Task Force will provide leadership for the development of a comprehensive institutional assessment of the effectiveness and impact of diversity and inclusion efforts at the University of Dayton. Chaired by the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the Task Force’s primary functions/objectives are to:

    1. Formulate and recommend definitions of the key terms that will inform institutional efforts to shape, inform, and drive strategies to achieve diversity-, equity-, and inclusion-related goals and objectives throughout the University.
    2. Lead the campus in the development and implementation of a comprehensive (University-wide) outcomes and impact assessment of diversity and inclusion efforts.*
    3. Lead the campus in the development, implementation, and analysis of a comprehensive campus experience (climate) survey.*
    4. Develop a framework for a campus-wide strategic plan for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
    5. Make recommendations for a permanent campus-wide diversity and inclusion committee/council.

    *This work will involve the assistance of an outside consultant.

Task Force Composition

  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion – Lawrence Burnley, Chair
  • President’s Cabinet Representative – Troy Washington
  • Provost for Global and Intercultural Affairs – Amy Anderson
  • Academic Dean – Jason Pierce
  • Exempt Staff Representative – Miranda Lowe
  • Equity Compliance Officer – Amy Zavadil
  • Faculty Representatives (3) – Garry Crosson, Leslie Picca, and Hsuan Tsen
  • Faculty Member and Marianist Representative – Laura Leming, FMI, Ph.D.
  • Associate Dean of Students and Executive Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs – Daria Graham
  • Director of the Women’s Center – Lisa Borello
  • Graduate Student Representative (2) – Simeon Lyons and Meghan Rivera
  • Undergraduate Student Representative (3) – Megan McKelvey, Delali Nenonene and Solange Tumusange
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion (Ex Officio) – Tiffany Taylor Smith

Task Force Resource Staff/Units/Organizations

    1. Assistant Dean of Students for Education, Support, and Student Empowerment
    2. Bargaining Units
    3. Campus Ministry
    4. Center for Human Rights
    5. Center for Social Concern
    6. College of Arts and Sciences Equity Advisors
    7. Director of Institutional Reporting
    8. Director, Student Development Assessment and Planning
    9. Enrollment Management
    10. Executive Director for Inclusive Excellence Education and Professional Development
    11. Executive Director of Procurement and Payable Services (Supplier Diversity)
    12. Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
    13. Institutional Researcher for Academics
    14. Kindred Presidents (OMA)
    15. Leadership UD
    16. Learning and Teaching Center Fellows
    17. LGBTQ+ Support Services
    18. Marketing and Communications
    19. Office of Learning Resources
    20. Student Government Association
    21. Vice President for Mission and Rector