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Wells Fargo Donates to College of Idaho to Revise Curriculum for Diversity

Wells Fargo Donates to College of Idaho to Revise Curriculum for Diversity

“to support diversity and inclusion”

Once again, the pursuit of academic scholarship is eclipsed by the left’s devotion to diversity.

Campus Reform reports:

Wells Fargo PAYS Idaho college to ‘revise curriculum’ in name of ‘diversity’

With the help of a major national bank, one Idaho college is launching an initiative to “revise curriculum” to focus more heavily on “diversity.”

Wells Fargo Bank granted the College of Idaho $150,000 “to support diversity and inclusion,” according to an announcement from the college.

In addition to providing scholarships to Hispanic and “Latinx” students, and funding the school’s Inclusion & Cultural Engagement department, the money will also be used to “revise curriculum” at the college to “include more diversity and inclusion outcomes.”

College of Idaho Vice President for Academic Affairs David Douglass told Campus Reform that “no particular changes are mandated” for the revision. Rather, the funds will be used to provide faculty the “opportunity to broaden their teaching styles or curriculum” in order to be “inclusive to the widest range of students.”

Faculty participating in the curriculum revision program will submit proposals to a review board that will be named by the college’s Office of Grants and Awards.

“Here at the College of Idaho we have nearly 90 countries represented in an overall population of around 1,100 students,” Douglass said. “Last year, the most-represented nationality on campus after the U.S. was Swazi, which may give some sense of the international flavor of our student body. Learning about culture is a key feature of our education, and the Wells Fargo grant is aimed at strengthening that aspect of our curriculum.”


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Past time to change banks!

The Friendly Grizzly | December 21, 2019 at 8:10 am

Time for the White Male National Bank.

Too late. My son already refers to me as that.