The University of Vermont enjoys a well-earned reputation as a progressive institution, but improved diversity across the campus community remains an important goal for the university. Now, thanks to a new grant, undergraduate students, faculty and staff will have the time and resources to devote to this vital pursuit campuswide.
UVM’s First Comprehensive Inclusive Excellence Action Plan Sets Important Goals for University Community
On November 15, the University of Vermont released its first-ever Comprehensive Inclusive Excellence Action Plan, a data-driven strategic plan centered on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The plan outlines the University’s commitment and process for advancing inclusive excellence across the university over the next five years.
For her work to advance equity and excellence in early childhood education in Vermont and across the country, the Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VTAEYC) honored UVM Assistant Professor Kaitlin Northey at its annual conference on November 7.
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