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  • Provost’s Department Chairs Leadership Workshop Dr. Nancy ‘Rusty’ Barceló Vice President and Vice Provost for Equity and Diversity January 11, 2007
  • Office of the Vice President and Vice Provost for Equity and Diversity
    • Disability Services
    • Office for Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
    • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Ally Programs Office
    • Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence
    • Office for University Women
  • What is Diversity? Diversity includes race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, and socioeconomic status.
  • Statistical Snapshots Source: University of Minnesota Institutional Research and Reporting, Fall 2006 Current Statistics on Faculty and Staff by Gender and Ethnicity
  • Faculty and Staff Counts by Gender Twin Cities Campus 100.0% 46.8% 53.2% 16,724 7,821 8,903 Total 100.0% 39.8% 60.2% 8,903 3,539 5,364 Civil Serv/Bargaining Unit 100.0% 48.7% 51.3% 2,765 1,347 1,418 P&A Professional 100.0% 36.7% 63.3% 1,829 671 1,158 P&A Administrative 100.0% 67.5% 32.5% 757 511 246 Faculty - Other 100. 0% 71.0% 29.0% 2,470 1,753 717 Faculty - Tenured/T-Track Total Male Female
  • Faculty and Staff Counts by Ethnicity Twin Cities Campus 100.0% 16,724 100.0% 8,903 100.0% 2,765 100.0% 1,829 100.0% 757 100.0% 2,470 Total 80.7% 13,493 81.1% 7,217 76.5% 2,115 89.0% 1,628 74.5% 564 79.7% 1,969 White 3.1% 522 3.4% 305 3.2% 88 2.5% 46 3.4% 26 2.3% 57 Unkwn 3.5% 587 1.8% 163 9.0% 249 0.5% 9 8.2% 62 4.2% 104 Int’l 1.8% 297 1.8% 163 1.9% 52 1.3% 23 2.1% 16 1.7% 43 CL 4.6% 761 6.3% 559 2.8% 76 3.3% 60 2.0% 15 2.1% 51 AA 5.6% 929 4.5% 403 6.2% 171 2.9% 53 9.4% 71 9.4% 231 A/PA 0.8% 135 1.0% 93 0.5% 14 0.6% 10 0.4% 3 0.6% 15 AI Total Civil Serv/Barg Unit P&A Professional P&A Administrative Faculty - Other Faculty - Tenured And Tenure-Track
  • The Office of the Vice President and Vice Provost for Equity and Diversity The Office for Equity and Diversity is committed to providing system-wide leadership in addressing inequities, and by using diversity as a tool, helping to transform the University to reflect the excellence it seeks.
  • Our Goal Become a national model for achieving institutional excellence by infusing the core values of equity and diversity into teaching, learning, research, and service.
  • Our Vision Enrich human experience through understanding, respecting and capitalizing on the strengths of diverse experiences and perspectives.
  • Our Mission
    • Create a University committed, not only to access for diverse students, faculty, and staff, but also to active engagement that supports their success;
    • Comprehensively prepare students to live and work in a diverse world; and
    • Develop an interdisciplinary community of scholars to enhance exchange of ideas and develop new knowledge to address local and world issues.
  • Our Guiding Principles
    • Diversity is everyone’s responsibility.
    • Diversity does not mean assimilation; rather, it means finding common ground while also respecting difference.
    • Diversity is not an issue to confront every few years, but a tool for achieving excellence.
    • Diversity requires new models and structures as well as linking theory with practice.
  • Office for Equity and Diversity - Initiatives and Programs
    • Diversity Strategic Plan
    • University-wide Diversity Council
    • Bridge to Excellence Program for summer 2007
    • Transgender Commission
    • Review of academic progress and status of multicultural students
    • University Women of Color
  • Office for Equity and Diversity - Initiatives and Programs - Continued
    • Community Meetings
    • Accessibility Institute
    • Diversity Research Institute
    • “ Lunch with Rusty”
    • Klaeber Court Instructional Center
    • Working with K-12 Consortium
    • Working on recruitment and awareness to reduce the number of undeclared majors
  • Office for Equity and Diversity - Resources
    • Recruiting resources
    • Guidance for effective and legally compliant searches
    • Information and assistance with compliance concerning accommodations and accessibility for students, faculty, and staff with disabilities
    • Information for GLBT students, faculty, and staff
  • Office for Equity and Diversity - Resources - Continued
    • Academic, career, and personal support for multicultural students
    • Programming and support for university women
      • Women’s Faculty Cabinet
    • Faculty Development and Opportunities
      • Faculty Bridge Funds
      • The President's Multicultural Research Awards
      • Diversity Through the Disciplines
      • President’s Distinguished Faculty Mentoring Program
  • Statistical Snapshots Source: University of Minnesota Institutional Research and Reporting, Fall 2006 Current Statistics on Students by Gender and Ethnicity
  • Undergraduate Student Counts by Gender Twin Cities Campus 28,516 13,389 15,127 Total 4,323 3,619 704 Technology 389 51 338 Nursing 161 56 105 Medicine 14,213 5,645 8,568 Liberal Arts 1,787 811 976 Food/Ag/Nat Res Sciences 2,398 938 1,460 Education and Human Dev 1,051 317 734 Design 89 2 87 Dentistry 544 282 262 Continuing Education 1,773 933 840 Management 1,788 735 1,053 Biological Sciences Total Male Female
  • Undergraduate Student Counts by Ethnicity Twin Cities Campus 28,645 4,333 391 161 14,274 1,797 2,411 1,060 89 565 1,773 1,791 Total 22,581 3,424 335 102 11,394 1,593 1,507 901 69 430 1,475 1,351 White 642 81 9 5 335 44 50 15 4 49 20 30 Unkwn 455 212 1 4 159 12 6 7 1 1 31 21 Int’l 589 55 6 2 324 21 87 21 1 12 30 30 CL 1,357 110 13 31 630 40 367 22 3 27 42 72 AA 2,760 432 23 17 1,272 75 356 91 11 39 168 276 A/PA 261 19 4 160 12 38 3 7 7 11 AI Total Technology Nursing Medicine Liberal Arts Food/Ag/Nat Res Sciences Education and Human Dev Design Dentistry Continuing Education Management Biological Sciences
  • Graduate Student Counts by Gender Twin Cities Campus 13,828 6,706 7,122 Total 2,115 909 1,206 Liberal Arts 524 228 296 Humphrey Institute 99 47 52 Pharmacy 833 257 576 Public Health 2,443 1,935 508 Technology 93 43 50 Veterinary Medicine 401 43 358 Nursing 513 202 311 Medicine 763 351 412 Food/Ag/Nat Res Sciences 2804 812 1,992 Education and Human Dev 350 184 166 Design 785 44 31 Dentistry 175 42 133 Continuing Education 2,253 1,435 818 Management 387 174 213 Biological Sciences Total Male Female
  • Graduate Student Counts by Ethnicity Twin Cities Campus 828 554 23 128 20 43 59 1 Public Health 2,452 1,153 76 1,021 20 36 138 8 Technology 99 40 46 3 2 2 6 Veterinary Medicine 13,915 9,020 735 2,749 257 404 652 98 Total 110 395 526 2,098 525 768 2,846 351 75 178 2,276 388 Total 31 339 363 1,372 398 513 2,073 283 34 144 1,478 245 White 14 16 69 13 35 218 14 1 11 233 12 Unkwn 57 11 74 460 38 174 244 26 29 1 343 97 Int’l 1 3 14 52 17 14 55 8 5 4 34 7 CL 3 12 16 59 34 11 120 3 1 12 49 3 AA 6 11 26 86 20 17 101 17 5 6 136 22 A/PA 12 5 17 5 4 35 3 2 AI Pharmacy Nursing Medicine Liberal Arts Humphrey Institute Food/Ag/Nat Res Sciences Education and Human Dev Design Dentistry Continuing Education Management Biological Sciences