AAG ALIGNED Department Toolkit (Beta)
Supporting Diversity Definition, Activities, Plans, and Assessment
The AAG ALIGNED Project is developing a spatial decision support tool to aid geography and geoscience departments to access the latest information and advice on how to enhance diversity, promote inclusion, and broaden participation in their academic programs.
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(With thanks to the University of Washington Department of Geography.)
- Relevant Research in the AAG's Diversity Bibliography
- Information Tips for developing diversity plans
- "Snippets" to support Diversity Goals in Departmental Assessments
- AAG Diversity Clearinghouse
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Many thanks to our PILOT Data Testing DEPARTMENTS for their input and feedback:
California State University Long Beach, Hunter College City University of New York, Illinois State University, Oregon State University, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Temple University, Texas A&M University Geosciences, Texas A&M University Environmental Programs, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of North Carolina Wilmington, University of Texas at Austin, University of Washington Seattle, University of Wisconsin Colleges.
ALIGNED team and pilot departments test the toolkit at the AAG Annual Meeting. 2011.
Our advisors with expertise in geosciences, education, diversity, spatial analysis and other relevant fields are contributing their extensive experience working with diversity enhancement on their campuses, including from community colleges to doctoral universities at a broad set of geographic locations across the country. The diverse team itself represents traditionally underrepresented groups, including women, ethnic minority, gay, and foreign-born researchers in recognition of the value of multiple perspectives to help mobilize and retool departments with better ways to learn where to find and how to connect with underrepresented groups, including how to convey the relevance of geography and geoscience careers.