Getting It Done: Rising to Opportunities and Challenges in Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education
Advancing diversity and inclusion in higher education requires more than institutional will to engage in the work. It requires strategic visioning and leadership that is transformative and positions our institutions "to compete and win in the global marketplace" (Williams, 2013). The issues confronting 21st century higher education are as complex and diverse as the communities represented on our campuses, whether they are two- or four-year institutions; public, private, liberal arts, research intensive, Historically Black Colleges and Universities; Hispanic Serving Institutions or Tribal Colleges. The responsibility for Getting It Done requires leadership that understands the complexities of today's diverse learning and work environments; understands the changing legal and regulatory landscape; respects and supports the efforts of those charged with leading diversity and inclusion initiatives within institutions; and builds capacity within institutions to rise to opportunities and challenges in diversity and inclusion. CDOs and diversity and inclusion leaders in higher education play a critical role in creating and supporting systems that enable diverse communities to not only survive, but thrive.
Registration is now open for the 2015 NADOHE Annual Conference, March 16-18, at the Washington Hilton and Towers, Washington, DC.
NADOHE conference registrants will go to the American Council on Education (ACE) Annual Meeting site to register, however, NADOHE conference registrants are not required to register for the ACE meeting.
Book your hotel room now for the 2015 NADOHE Annual Conference! Although the cut-off date is February 23, 2015, it is best to reserve your room early in case the block fills prior to this date. The hotel is the Washington Hilton and Towers, 1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20009, 202-483-3000. The rates are $265 single/$290 double. To make your reservation, go to the Washington Hilton's Online Reservation System. Discount rates are already reflected in the pricing. Or, book by phone by calling 202-328-2080, 800-Hiltons or 800-445-8667. Mention that you are attending the American Council on Education's 97th Annual Meeting to receive the discount rate.
NADOHE Appreciates the Generous Sponsorship of the Following Institutions and Organizations!
Keynote, Closing, or Leadership Institute Session Sponsors