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The Diversity Abroad Network provides a variety of opportunities for professionals to share their knowledge, expertise, and opinions on diversity and inclusion good practices within global education. The Network is always looking for energetic and committed professionals and academics who would like to contribute to Diversity Abroad and the Diversity Network articles, Good Practices Series, Country Diversity Climate Notes, Diversity Task Forces and more.
Highlight Good Practices
The Good Practices Series highlights institutions and organizations that have developed creative and collaborative initiatives for increasing access, fostering diversity and creating an inclusive environment in international education. The Good Practices Series provides details about these programs, initiatives, and projects as a resource for institutions and organizations interested in developing their own programs to improve access to and participation in international opportunities on their campus. Submit a profile here.
Join the Diversity Network's Writers Corps
We particularly welcome professionals interested in writing about issues related to diversity in international exchange and programming, cultural competence, and internationalization efforts on U.S. university campuses. We further welcome contributors who have experience working with underrepresented groups in study abroad including racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ, persons with disabilities, religious diversity, high financial need, community college students, and nontraditional undergraduates.
For information about writing opportunities, please visit us at Join the Diversity Network's Writing Corps.
Diversity Task Forces
The Diversity Network has launched an initiative to develop Task Forces focused on specific areas of interest related to access, inclusion, and diversity related to specific student populations including Race/Ethnicity, High Financial Need, First-Generation, Disabilities, LGBTQ, Religion, Males, STEM, and Leadership. These small groups will be formed to discuss relevant issues in the field; brainstorm ideas and solutions to challenges related to recruiting and advising students from diverse and underrepresented backgrounds; and provide recommendations for moving the field forward. These groups will hold conversations throughout the year and come together during the Annual Diversity Abroad Conference.
For more information please visit the Diversity in Global Education Task Forces page.
Have a story, resource, and/or accomplishment related to diversity and inclusion in global education that may be valuable to share with the Diversity Abroad community? Send it to us at email@example.com. Be sure to include the resource title and direct link you'd like to include.