Diversity is no longer a projection — it is a reality. Yet creating institutions and preparing the leadership for a diverse society requires increasing institutional capacity for diversity. It is now clear that re-framing our ways of thinking about diversity institutionally provides an opportunity to confront the unfinished business of the past even as we address the newer issues of today.
Dr. Daryl G. Smith, senior research fellow and professor emerita of education and psychology at Claremont Graduate University, outlines the next generation of work on diversity and inclusion and suggests some of the key issues that are emerging from research and practice for higher education especially focused on leadership implications.
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