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Transformation, diversity, equity, and excellence cannot just be buzz words in higher education. National leadership organizations expect institutions to behave as social organisms that continuously change alongside American demographics, demanding services that make education accessible for all.
In partnership, CoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education are seeking to penetrate institutional efforts by learning what institutions are doing, or not doing, to transform everyday experiences for their students, faculty, and staff.
Together we are utilizing four Institutional Pillars for Transformation (IPTs) and a Pillar Indicator Map (PIM) to set a framework to identify institutional components within each Pillar that speak to intentionality, frequency, and policy associated with behaviors and expectations for executing transformation within core executive-level activities for recruitment, retention, reward, promotion, and pipeline.