The university-wide Campus Climate Assessment presentation has been arranged by President David E. Van Zandt, Provost Tim Marshall, Director of Social Justice Initiatives Jesse Villalobos, and the Social Justice Committee.
Part of our social justice initiative, “campus climate” refers to the ways in which various constituencies experience a college or university atmosphere. The assessment will look at the extent to which aspects of the university are equitable and just based on socioeconomic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, and other identity dimensions. Findings and insights from this project will be used to inform policy and practices intended to make The New School more equitable and just community.
The assessment is being facilitated by Paul Gorski, associate professor at George Mason University and lead consultant with EdChange, an organization dedicated to developing more equitable educational communities. Paul will be meetings with various groups to discuss goals, processes, the timeline for the assessment, and how various constituencies will be involved.
Please join us for this very important conversation.
This event is only open to New School Students, Faculty, and Staff.