ACCURATE PERCEPTIONS: RACE AND GENDER IN THE UNIVERSITY SETTING . Alissa Kretzmann, Sarah Peters, Kelsey Gatza. Comments about Diversity at Valparaiso University (VU).
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Alissa Kretzmann, Sarah Peters, Kelsey Gatza
The Diversity and Inclusion Statement, as part of VU’s Vision Statement: Valparaiso University will be a diverse community, which includes and purposefully supports diversity in all aspects of university life and beyond.
“Please diversify!! That’s a big reason why people don’t come to campus.”
“I don’t think about issues of diversity very often.”
“Ideally, gender and racial representation would echo that of the general population of qualified people for the position.”
“I really do not care
“People should be hired based on qualifications or merit, not gender or color.”
“Diversity is silly, emphasizing it just perpetuates race issues.”
“VU Diversity Rocks!”
“There is good diversity at Valpo!”
“Valpo is diverse internationally, but not domestically.”
**The actual numbers come from the Department of Institutional Advancement and are from November 2009.