Academic Affairs and Student Success Leadership Resource Guide
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Phase I - Student Data
- Phase II - Faculty & Staff Data
- Phase III - Academic & Institutional Support Data
The Diversity, Anti-Racism & Equity (DARE) dashboards were designed to establish the baseline of our efforts to cultivate more inclusive and anti-racist campuses. The dashboards will allow us to set goals and track progress; identify challenges and opportunities for growth; and re-evaluate university policy and practices. View the DARE Dashboards.
The Diversity and Inclusion Office is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating comprehensive institutional diversity program and university-wide, multi-faceted inclusion and diversity initiatives to support the University's commitment to diversity, inclusiveness and equal opportunity. Learn more about about the office here.
- Faculty Diversity: Chronicle of Higher Education Article
- Colleges have been rethinking diversity on many fronts, including in faculty ranks. The Chronicle of Higher Education put together a collection of essential reads to support diverse faculty and minority scholars. View the collection here.
- Faculty Well-being Best Practices
- The Chronicle hosted a virtual forum to dive into the results from a fall 2020 faculty survey and explored solutions for HR departments at colleges and universities around the country. Watch the event here.
- Review a presentation on Faculty and Staff Health and Wellness from the ACHA Faculty and Staff Health and Wellness Coalition, this includes an overview of theories and models of health promotion. View the presentation here.
- Faculty Hiring Practices
- Diversifying faculty remains one of the most central challenges facing American higher education today, read about hiring strategies to increase faculty diversity here.
- ASPIRE Alliance resources
- USF is a member of the ASPIRE Alliance and an institutional change member. ASPIRE seeks to develop inclusive and diverse STEM faculty by aligning and reinforcing both professional development and hiring practices of STEM faculty simultaneously at institutional, regional and national levels, and to do so through a social equity-based collective impact process. Review resources to support LGBT+ faculty, faculty with disabilities, and more here.