|Plan 2008: GOAL VI: FOSTER INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND COURSE DEVELOPMENT THAT ENHANCE LEARNING AND A RESPECT FOR RACIAL AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY|
|RELATED INSTITUTIONAL Plan 2008 GOAL (UW-W Continuing Activity #7):
· Continue efforts to address curricular diversity, through curricular infusion, new course development, and library acquisitions.
|Name of Department(s)||Academic Affairs
University Curriculum Committee
|Total Number Served|
|Time Line||Academic Year|
|Duration of Program||Continuing|
|Program Cost and Funding Sources||Federal Grants|
1. Development and implementation of specific courses addressing racial and ethnic diversity (i.e., Chicano/Latino Studies, Black Studies, Asian Studies, Native American Studies, and Latin American Studies) will be encouraged. Additionally, faculty/academic staff will continue to be encouraged to address racial and ethnic diversity in all courses.
|EXPECTED OUTCOMES OR NEED FOR INITIATIVE/PROGRAM||
· Lists of new and revised courses
|ACTUAL OUTCOMES OR EFFECTIVES OF IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES||
1. During 1999-2000, four of forty-one (9.8%) new courses addressed race and ethnicity as major topics. During 2000-01, four of thirty-five (11.4%) new courses addressed race and ethnicity as major topics. One course was approved for diversity credit.
|FACTORS INFLUENCING PROGRAM OUTCOMES
||One of the factors identified is funding.|
|FUTURE PLANS; WILL YOU DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY, IF SO, WHY||Our plans are to continue addressing diversity issues through the curriculum and through curriculum development.|