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2007 REPORT TO THE Blue Ribbon Commission

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CAMPUS UPDATE
BLUE RIBBON COMMISSION (BRC)
ON DIVERSITY
The University of Colorado at Boulder
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity,
Equity and Community Engagement (ODECE)
December 7, 2007
CU-Boulder Values Diversity
“By 2030, CU-Boulder will be a model for the
nation in applying best practices in support of
diversity and inclusive excellence.”
Flagship 2030
http://www.colorado.edu/flagship2030
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Faculty, staff and students on our campus represent
diverse identities, perspectives, ideas and varied levels
of abilities and disabilities. CU-Boulder values our
people who reflect ethnic, gender, geographical and
intellectual diversity.
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We believe diversity makes us better people. Diversity
adds value to a world class research university by
enriching everyone. Indeed, alumni become better
citizens. Faculty and staff improve teaching, scholarship
and service to the campus and our world.
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University of Colorado at Boulder
Geographic origin of ’07 freshmen (US)
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Colorado Demographic Profile
Sources:
Colorado All (U.S. Census Bureau 2005 Data) - http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/08000.htm
Colorado K-12 (Colorado Department of Education 2006 Data) - http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdereval/rv2006pmlinks.htm
CU-Boulder Undergrad Enrollment 2007 Data (Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis) - http://www.colorado.edu/pba/div/enrl/index.html
78.3
80
72.1
Percentage
Colorado Population
60
61.9
CO K-12 Public Schools
40
CU-Boulder UG Enrollment
27.6
19.5
20
2.6 3.3
6.3
1.1 1.2 0.7
4.1 6 1.5
6.3
0
Asian Am
Am Indian
African Am Hispanic/Latino
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White
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University of Colorado at Boulder
New Freshmen – Selected Groups
Fall 2005 (N=5,007); Fall 2006 (N=5,617); Fall 2007 (N=5,555)
400
377
374 375
329
356
316
300
Fall 05
Fall 06
Fall 07
200
102
100
55
26
0
66 78
38
6.5 6.6 6.7
0.5 0.9 0.6
1.3 1.3 1.8
6.3 6.7 6.4
Asian Am
Am Indian
African Am
Hispanic/Latino
Source: Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis
http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/snap/077067/snappage9.htm
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University of Colorado at Boulder
New Freshmen Profile
Fall 2007 (N=5,555 Headcount)
Source: Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis
http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/snap/077067/snappage9.htm
3%
7% 1%
2%
6%
1%
Asian Am - 7%
Am Indian - 1%
African Am - 2%
Hispanic/Latino - 6%
International - 1%
White - 80%
Unknown - 3%
80%
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to increase support of students
Student Enrollment and Retention
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Received renewal of significant Federal Grants dedicated to
improve student success for 1st generation students:
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Department of Education/Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate
Achievement Program; and Indian Upward Bound
National Science Foundation Alliance for Graduate Education Program
(NSF AGEP)
National Science Foundation Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation
(NSF CO-AMP)
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Bolstered scholarships and program support of students from
first-generation families and diverse ethnic backgrounds
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Supported undergraduate and graduate student attendance to
various regional and national conferences
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to enhance student aid
Merit Based Financial Aid Programs
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Increased pre-collegiate and CU-LEAD Alliance scholarships
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Utilized the Presidential Scholars Program beginning in 2006 in
part to increase the enrollment of high merit, non-resident 1st
generation students
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Established the First Nations Scholarship in 2006 to fund 15 fouryear awards annually for non-resident tribally enrolled students
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Chancellor’s Citizenship Scholars Program introduced in 2007 as
the first multi-year merit program for Colorado residents to fund
25 four-year awards
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to enhance student aid
Need-Based Financial Aid Programs
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Partnered with CU Office of the President and the Pioneer Fund to
plan a scholarship campaign to raise $7.5M for CU Pre-Collegiate
Development graduates
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CU Promise Program created in 2005-06 provides Colorado low
income students with grant and work-study aid to cover tuition,
fees, and books
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CU-Boulder increased the total amount of need-based financial aid
for 2007-08 by 40% from 2006-07. These are continuing funds.
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to review diversity programs
Conducted Program Review and Evaluation of CU-LEAD
ALLIANCE (12 learning communities)
Recommendations include—
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Expand Pre-Collegiate Programs
Increase level and quantity of scholarships
Improve level of infrastructure and staffing for
CU-LEAD Alliance
Reinforce interactions and offerings in CU-LEAD Alliance (i.e.,
Leadership Institute, Service Learning, Study Abroad and
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Programs/UROP)
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Reviewers from the Universities of Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado State
University and Metro State/Denver
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
Campus Climate-Faculty Matters
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Preliminary results suggest we attracted and hired 70
tenured/tenure-track faculty from diverse backgrounds:
including 24 women and 17 faculty of color for Fall 2007 (9
Asian-Americans; 4 African-Americans; and 4 HispanicAmericans).
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Flagship 2030 (the campus strategic plan) includes a
renewed commitment to improve our recruitment of women
faculty and faculty of color
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University of Colorado at Boulder
New Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty
Fall 2005 (N=48); Fall 2006 (N=51); Fall 2007 (N=70)
50
49
40
30
33
Fall 05
Fall 06
Fall 07*
20
29
10
9
7
9
0 2 0
1 3 4
5 1 4
4 5 4
Am Indian
African Am
Hispanic/Latino
Unknown
0
Asian Am
Source: Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis
Note: Fall 2007 data is preliminary
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White
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to offer a freshman leadership course
Campus Climate-Curriculum is Important
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CU-Boulder developed and currently piloting an Undergraduate
Leadership CourseARSC 1001 “Contemporary Research Universities and
Student Citizens”
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Over 400 students in a Residential Academic Program (RAP) setting
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to conduct diversity training
Campus-wide Diversity Training
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Administrators, faculty and staff participated in BRC
recommended mandatory training
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Discrimination and Harassment Training is required by Human
Resources for all faculty and staff
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Disability Services offers training and support services for the
campus
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GLBT Resource Center provides Safe Zone Training for all faculty,
staff and students
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
Office of Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement
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After a national search appointed a new cabinet-level position of
Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement
(ODECE), Dr. Sallye McKee, August 2007
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Promoted David Aragon, former director of Multicultural
Engineering Program (MEP) College of Engineering, to Assistant to
the Vice Chancellor ODECE, November 2007
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Disability Services received substantial investments of campus
resources to fortify and enhance services
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ODECE is working with key leadership to improve collaborations
and create partnerships across all divisions to enhance
student/faculty success and broaden community outreach
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
Strategic objectives going forward
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Enhance accountability and transparency in the areas of
faculty, student and staff recruitment and retention across
all divisions
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Reinforce a strong commitment to faculty success
and improve the retention and recruitment of tenured/tenuretrack faculty
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Promote continuous learning in the areas of diversity
and inclusion while benchmarking with regional and national
best practices
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
Strategic objectives going forward
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Increase support for the Pre-collegiate Program,
K-12 Outreach and Summer Programs
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Coordinate and align student support programs and activities
that promote inclusiveness and excellence across all colleges
and divisions
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Support the Chancellor’s campus-based and external
advisory committees: Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on
Minority Affairs (CACMA); Chancellor Committee on Women
(CCW); Chancellor’s Standing Committee on Gay, Lesbian,
Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Issues; Program Accessibility
Committee (PAC); Chancellor’s Diversity Advisory Board (CDAB)
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CU-Boulder Reports Progress…
BRC recommendation to enhance community engagement
City of Boulder
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Since August 2007 VCs Ron Stump
and Sallye McKee are inaugural
members of the Subcommittee on
Inclusiveness and Diversity/ Division
of Community Services
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VC Sallye McKee appointed to the
Boulder Chamber of Commerce
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CU-Boulder received a private gift to
inaugurate the Chancellor’s Lecture
Series. The first speaker will be Gerda
Klein, February 19, 2008/All invited
Greater Colorado
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CU-Boulder Office of Admissions
established liaison with BRC members
Charles and Angela Robertson to bring
over 2000 pre collegiate students and
parents to campus for various sports
events
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Guests from diverse backgrounds were
hosted at key athletic events fall 2007
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ODECE heightened campus
participation in ethnic specific Chamber
of Commerce activities in Greater
Denver
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CU-Boulder values external support and advice.
Chancellor G.P. �Bud” Peterson appoints an external
Chancellor’s Diversity Advisory Board (Confirmed membership)
Suzy Ageton
Carmen Atilano
Michael Avritt
Polly Baca
Samuel Batey
Reverend Ralph Beechum
Reverend Hollis Booker
Bill De La Cruz
Derek Faison
William “Sonny" Flowers
Gary Jackson
Midge Korczak
Brenda Lyle
Eugene Lucero
Maria Guajardo Lucero
Stephen Manydeeds
Sandra Moore-Mann
Cassandra Sewell
Amy M. Stein
Jane Taylor
Euvaldo Valdez
Laurie Vargas
Louise Young
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Transformation
While alluding to the powerful role of the abilities of humans to
transform existing systems, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King quoted
the words of an elderly enslaved preacher of the African Diaspora
who said…
“We ain’t what we ought to be
and we ain’t what we’re going to be.
But thank God,
we ain’t what we was.”
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CU-Boulder appreciates the active involvement
with the Blue Ribbon Commission on Diversity
“The University is not the campus, not the buildings on the
campus, not the faculties, not the students of any one time
– not one of these or all of them. The University consists of
all who come into and go forth from her halls, who are
touched by her influence and who carry on her spirit.
Wherever you go, the University goes with you. Wherever
you are at work there is the University at work.”
President George Norlin, June 1935
ODECE extends a special
Thank You to:
Members, Blue Ribbon Commission (BRC)
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Sources
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Slide #3: CU-Boulder Geographic Origin of 2007 Freshmen
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Slide #4: Colorado Demographics Profile
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Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis/CU-Boulder
http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/snap/077067/snappage9.htm
Slide #6: CU-Boulder New Freshmen Profile Fall 2007
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Colorado Population: U.S. Census Bureau 2005 Data
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/08000.htm
Colorado K-12 Public Schools: Colorado Department of Education 2006
Data http://www.cde.state.co.us/cdereval/rv2006pmlinks.htm
CU-Boulder All Undergrad 2007: Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis
http://www.colorado.edu/pba/div/enrl/index.html
Slide #5: CU-Boulder New Freshmen 2007 – Selected Groups
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Office of Admissions/CU-Boulder
Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis/CU-Boulder
http://www.colorado.edu/pba/records/snap/077067/snappage9.htm
Slide #12: CU-Boulder New Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty ’05-’07
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Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis/CU-Boulder
Note: Fall 2007 data is preliminary
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