Overall Rating Expired
Overall Score Expired
Liaison Craig Ross
Submission Date Jan. 30, 2012
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State University of New York at Brockport
PAE-6: Diversity and Equity Coordination

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired David Turkow
Director EHS
EHS
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Does the institution have a diversity and equity committee?:
Yes

The charter or mission statement of the committee or a brief description of the committee's purview and activities :

Diversity at The College at Brockport is anchored in our mission to make “student success our highest priority.”


Members of the committee, including affiliations :

-Jose Maliekal, Interim Dean, School of Arts and Performance
-Jamie Beers-Wilson, Associate Director Annual Giving, Advancement
-Adrienne Collier, Assistant Director of Human Resources/Affirmative Action Officer
-Latasha Craig, Counselor, Arthur O. Eve, EOP Program
-Jeffrey Lashbrook, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Research Analysis and Planning Dept.
-Leslie Locketz, Assistant Professor & Chair EOC Academic Department
-Jennifer Reid, Instructor, Nursing
-Meredith Roman, Associate Professor, History
-James Spiller, Associate Dean Graduate Education & Scholarship
-Manish Tewari, Assistant Professor, Business and Economics
-Lisa Thompson, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions
-Kyra Yon, Graduate student


The website URL where information about the diversity and equity committee is available:
Does the institution have a diversity and equity office?:
Yes

A brief description of the diversity office:

The College at Brockport, State University of New York College has committed itself to recruiting and supporting students, faculty and staff to ensure that we mirror, to the extent possible, the diversity that is evident in a global society and that equity prevails for all members of the College community. As a part of the College's commitment to diversity and student success, the Strategic Plan for Diversity was developed by the Diversity Committee to assess the progress of the College's diversity efforts.

One of the College's major goals is to embrace diversity and achieve a more inclusive community. The College's commitment to diversity is outlined in Goal 3 of the Matrix: An Integrated Approach to Planning and Accountability that guides the College. Diversity continues to be a central goal of the College.

The ultimate responsibility for demonstrating and leading the College's commitment to diversity is the President's. The responsibility for the oversight of diversity and equity at the College has been delegated to the Assistant Provost for Diversity (who reports directly to the Provost) with support from a Diversity Committee appointed by the President. At The College at Brockport, diversity is everyone's business

The committee shall meet at least four times each semester, optimally in the following months - September, October, November, December in the fall and February, March and April, May in the spring.


The number of people employed in the diversity office:
1

The website URL where information about the diversity and equity office is available:
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Does the institution have a diversity and equity coordinator?:
Yes

Diversity coordinator’s name:
Joel Frater

Diversity coordinator's position title:
Assistant Provost for Diversity

A brief description of the diversity coordinator's position:

The Assistant Provost for Diversity is responsible for:

·Communicating the College's commitment to diversity and equity to the College community
·Developing and monitoring the College's diversity plan
·Preparing and analyzing reports to monitor our success.

While the Assistant Provost for Diversity reports directly to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, this position works collaboratively with all divisions to ensure that the College's goal of embracing diversity and inclusion is realized.


The website URL where information about the diversity and equity coordinator is available:

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