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American University to Spend $61 Million on Diversity Initiatives in 2019

American University to Spend $61 Million on Diversity Initiatives in 2019

“building an inclusive campus culture”

It’s amazing to watch this happen as schools are folding and downsizing all over.

Campus Reform reports:

American Univ. pumping DOZENS of millions into diversity…per year

American University plans to invest $61 million in “diversity and inclusion initiatives” in 2019, following a $60 million investment in diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in 2018.

The allocation will go towards the maintenance of previously established diversity and inclusion initiatives, as well as financial aid, according to The Eagle.

In a progress report released by AU President Sylvia Burwell, the university laid out several goals for “building an inclusive campus culture.” Some of the goals included an emphasis on campus climate to ensure “that all community members feel safe,” as well as “equity” in the recruitment and recognition of faculty and administrators.

AU reported that 14 faculty members received training in “inclusive teaching practices” and subsequently taught 500 of their peers. The report also highlighted 100 percent freshman enrollment in a new mandatory core curriculum class titled “AUx”, which addressed bias and discrimination.

Most of AU’s $60 million 2018 diversity and inclusion investment went toward financial aid, while the school spent $7 million on programs like AUx.

“We’re seeing some promising signs of progress, but we still have work to do. We are on this journey together, and we’re learning together,” tweeted President Burwell.


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Voice_of_Reason | March 2, 2019 at 9:19 am

“diversity” is merely code for “lowering standards” and “discriminating against Asians”.

Another school to avoid.