Colleges and universities across the country are transforming their curricula to correct past exclusions; to better prepare students for increasingly complex and diverse communities and workplaces; and to provide students with the most current and intellectually comprehensive understanding of history, culture, and society.
Debra Humphreys and Carol Geary Schneider, Digest Editors
Curricular Change Gains Momentum: New Requirements Focus on Diversity and Social Responsibility Curricular Recommendations from American Commitments Advice on Effective Curriculum Transformation Questions for Faculty Dialogue New Curricular Models Is Diversity Relevant to What I Teach?
Making Diversity News
Editorial Outreach Media Watch Success with the Media
From Where I Sit: Teaching Diversity at an HBCU From Where I Sit: Teaching Diversity in Rural Minnesota
Institutional Leadership and Commitment
Guiding Curricular Change
Research Reveals the Benefits of Diversity for All Students
Resources on Curriculum Transformation
Bridging Difference through On-Line Communication