NO MENTION OF EFFORTS TO ADVANCE INTELLECTUAL DIVERSITY: Diversity Officers Gather to Advance Equity and Anti-Racism Strategies

“How many feel exhausted at work? How many of you feel exhausted after work?” asked Singh, associate provost for diversity and faculty development and chief diversity officer at Tulane University, who led a crowded room of chief diversity officers through a series of body exercises to help reduce stress.

Over the four-day conference, there were a number of workshops including a focus on Latinx chief diversity officers (CDOs) and the use of DEI statements and rubrics in hiring faculty. [Emphasis added.]