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Investigation Claims Texas A&M is Defying State’s Ban on DEI Policies

Investigation Claims Texas A&M is Defying State’s Ban on DEI Policies

“Departments are still hiring based on ideological conformity and racial preferences.”

Will Greg Abbott’s administration look into this?

Campus Reform reports:

Investigation reveals Texas A&M’s ‘defiance’ of state DEI ban

In a recent piece published by The Blaze, Boise State University professor and Clairemont Institute state coalitions director Scot Yenor documented several examples of Texas A&M’s ‘defiance’ of state diversity bans.

Among other university DEI restrictions, Gov. Greg Abbott ordered an end to diversity statement requirements for Texas university job applicants in July.

In March, before Abbott’s order, Texas A&M independently banned the requirement of such statements, promising a change to a merit-focused hiring process.

But Yenor says the school continues to prioritize DEI in its hiring processes.

”Our investigation of job postings at Texas A&M and within the A&M system shows that Welsh’s comments have real-world implications,” writes Yenor. “Departments are still hiring based on ideological conformity and racial preferences.”

Yenor cites several examples of job postings that prioritize DEI, including one for an IT manager who is required to advance “workplace diversity and inclusiveness.”

While a written statement of one’s commitment to DEI is not necessarily part of the application process, Yenor demonstrates that instead, A&M is baking DEI commitment into job qualifications and requirements.


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The edu-crats stopped thinking they work for us long ago. They know better; you don’t even have to ask them.

The job of we besotted, is to resource them as they demand, for the goals they’ve set. The fact they have to tell us, demonstrated our inferiority. It couldn’t be that they’re wrong.

Of course, they’ll re-label DIE to hide the mission we deplorables aren’t so into. Also, who are you to show up at your kid’s school board meeting?

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to BierceAmbrose. | November 28, 2023 at 8:52 am

    Resource is not a verb. Or, was it your intention to sound like a bureaucrat in your comment? If the latter, WELL DONE!


      Neither M-W nor Collins list “resource” as a verb, but Cambridge does. I assume that it’s formed by analogy with the very similar word “provision”, which is both a noun and a verb.

      The OED says:
      The earliest known use of the verb resource is in the 1910s.
      OED’s earliest evidence for resource is from 1917, in the writing of G. D. Herron.
      It is also recorded as a noun from the late 1500s.

DEI + CRT are such a fraud.

There will be NO REPARATIONS.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to smooth. | November 28, 2023 at 8:55 am

    I’m so I remember when:

    CRT was cathode ray tube
    PC was printed circuit or personal computer
    Gender was something found in many languages

Gig those Aggies!

Academia is run by Marxists. They have a mission. The deplorables are just in the way.

ahad haamoratsim | November 28, 2023 at 2:50 pm

So all those jokes about how dumb Aggies are weren’t exaggerating?