Building diversity capacity and supporting and inclusive campus at a predominately white institution.
Flowers, Carol Ann
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Building capacity to implement diversity and support inclusive campuses is critical in light of the changing demographics in the United States, globalization, and the benefits of diversity to institutional effectiveness. This qualitative study sought to explore how a predominantly White institution (PWI), recognized nationally for its success in diversity, understood diversity at their institution, how they saw themselves building diversity capacity, and how leadership implemented diversity and supported an inclusive campus. Eliminating silos, engagement across campus, and increased communication among diversity leadership are themes that emerged as key implications for practice.