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Howland, Joan. “Beyond Recruitment: Retention and Promotion Strategies to Ensure Diversity and Success.”
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Mestre, Lori. Librarians Serving Diverse Populations: Challenges and Opportunities. Chicago: Association of
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Neely, Teresa Y., and Lorna Peterson. Achieving Racial and Ethnic Diversity Among Academic and Research
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Neely, Teresa Y., and Megan K. Beard. “Recruiting and Retaining Academic Research Librarians: Post-MLS
Residency Programs.” College &Research Libraries News 69, no. 6 (2008): 314–15.
Neely, Teresa Y. “Assessing Diversity Initiatives: The ARL Leadership and Career Development Program.”
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Smith, Paula. “Culturally Conscious Organizations: A Conceptual Framework.” portal: Libraries &the
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University Diversity Plans
University of Arizona
Diversity Action Plan
University of California
University of California Diversity Statement
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