Central Michigan Institutional diversity plan. Central Michigan University
Clayton-Pedersen, A., Parker, S., Smith, D., Moreno, J., & Hiroyuki Teraguchi, D. 2007. Making a real difference with diversity: A guide change. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities.
Abstract: Student organizations have the potential to serve as significant agents in advancing university’s multicultural and diversity goals. This presents an ideal opportunity to couple students’ curricular and co-curricular activities with diversity.
Kuk, L., & Banning, J. (2010). Student organizations and institutional diversity efforts: a typology. College Student Journal, 44(2), 235-261.
Northern Illinois diversity development plan. http://www.niu.edu/diversity/plan/#I
Penn State A framework to foster diversity. http://www.equity.psu.edu/Framework/new_approach.asp
Saenz, V., Ngai, H., and Hurtado, S. (2007). Factors Influencing Positive Interactions Across Race for African American, Asian American, Latino, and White College Students. Research in Higher Education, 48 (1): 1-38.
Wade-Golden, K., & Matlock, J. (2007). Ten core ingredients for fostering campus diversity success. The changing currency of diversity, 15(1). The Diversity Factor. http://www.diversityweb.org/diversity_innovations/institutional_leadership/institutional_statements_plans/documents/TenCoreIngredientsforDiversity.pdf
Abstract: Since the 1990s, the University of Connecticut has made several shifts in its culture and practice that have resulted in improved educational quality and greater success rates for students from traditionally underrepresented populations. Damon Williams shares his institution’s approach.
Williams, D. A. (2007). Achieving inclusive excellence: strategies for creating real and sustainable change in quality and diversity. About Campus 12(1), 8-14. Summary: Review of diversity infrastructure in higher education.
Williams,D. A. & Clowney, C. (2007). Strategic Planning for Diversity and Organizational Change. Effective practices for academic leaders: A Stylus Briefing. http://www3.uwstout.edu/ethicscenter/upload/div_org_change.pdf