105 SPEC Kit 356: Diversity and Inclusion
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
Toward New Destinations 2016–2017. Appendix: University Goals Structures
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2. Diversity Goals Summary (Matrix Format for University Diversity Goals)
CONSTITUENTS CORE DIVERSITY PRINCIPALS
COMPOSITION ENGAGEMENT INCLUSION ACHIEVEMENT
undergraduate
students
Achieve a diverse
demographic composition
that matches the
comparison population.
Nurture and expand a culture in which students of
all identities and backgrounds experience the full
range of dynamic and stimulating exchange across
difference with others in all facets of their Cornell
experience.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias in
which students of all identities and backgrounds
feel welcomed, included, and at home in the full
range of Cornell’s academic and co-curricular
opportunities and services.
Provide and extend a context in which students of all
identities and backgrounds are represented equitably
at the highest levels of academic, co-curricular, and
extra-curricular accomplishment, and in honors and
awards on and off campus.
graduate &
professional
students
Achieve a diverse
demographic composition
that matches the
comparison population.
Nurture and expand a culture in which students of
all identities and backgrounds participate in the full
range of Cornell programs and activities that
promote professional, intellectual, social, cultural,
and personal development and exchange.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias in
which students of all identities and backgrounds
successfully take part in the full range of Cornell’s
academic and co-curricular opportunities and
services.
Provide and extend a context in which students of all
identities and backgrounds are represented equitably
in regard to attrition and completion rates, time to
degree and career outcomes, as well as in successful
participation in research, publications, presentations,
external fellowships, and honors and awards on and
off campus.
postdocs &
academic
professionals
Achieve a diverse
demographic composition
that matches the
comparison population.
Nurture and expand a culture in which postdocs
and academic professionals of all identities and
backgrounds experience the full range of dynamic
and stimulating exchange across difference with
others in all of their Cornell activities and
responsibilities, and social, cultural, and personal
development and exchange.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias
in which postdocs and academic professionals of all
identities and backgrounds successfully take part in
the full range of activities and services available to
them.
Provide and extend a context in which postdocs and
academic professionals of all identities and
backgrounds are represented equitably at all the levels
of responsibility, and in all the honors, awards, and
collegial opportunities available to them on and off
campus.
tenure-track
faculty
Achieve a diverse
demographic composition
that matches the
comparison population.
Nurture and expand a culture in which faculty of all
identities and backgrounds experience the full
range of dynamic and stimulating exchange across
difference with others in their research and
teaching, their outreach and institutional service
activities, and their social, cultural, and personal
development and exchange.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias in
which faculty of all identities and backgrounds
successfully take part in Cornell’s full range of
academic and collegial activities, committee and
governance assignments, and services.
Provide and extend a context in which faculty of all
identities and backgrounds are represented equitably
at all ranks and levels of responsibility, and in all
honors, awards, and professional opportunities on and
off campus.
administration
& non-
academic staff
Achieve a diverse
demographic composition
that is consistent with
institutional diversity goals.
Nurture and expand a culture in which
administrators and non-academic staff members of
all identities and backgrounds participate fully in
professional activities, events and programs,
institutional initiatives and conferences, and in
social, cultural, and personal development and
exchange.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias
in which individuals of all identities and
backgrounds take part in the full range of
Cornell’s departmental and university-sponsored
programming.
Provide and extend a context in which individuals of
all identities and backgrounds are represented
equitably in leadership programs, professional
development opportunities, and promotions.
off-campus
constituents
Cultivate partnerships the
widest spectrum of off-
campus entities and include
a fully diverse range of off-
campus participants in
Cornell's events, contracts,
services, and initiatives.
Nurture and expand a culture in which those we
serve, contract and engage with, and purchase from
participate in Cornell-sponsored events and
programs.
Provide a business and outreach environment in
which the broad spectrum of those we serve,
contract and engage with, and purchase from
report satisfaction with their relationship with
Cornell.
Provide and extend a context in which Cornell’s
commitment to diversity leads to an increase in the
efforts to address diversity and inclusion among those
we serve, contract and engage with, and purchase
from.
extended
community
Nurture a culture in which the extended community
is enabled to experience the dynamic and
stimulating exchange across difference available at
Cornell.
Provide and cultivate an environment free of bias
in which individuals and families of all identities
and backgrounds are welcome and able to
participate fully in available university-sponsored
programs, events, and activities.
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