This book explores the organizational responses of professional schools and colleges to pressures, demands, requirements, expectations, and incentives related to diversity. The macro-organizational perspective supplies much-needed balance and complexity to traditional depictions of post-secondary institutions as largely self-motivated in their diversity efforts.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Theoretical Framework and Overview of Research Methods 4. School of Public Health: Diversity as Weave and Fabric 5. Business School: Supplying Market Demand for Diversity 6. School of Social Work: Focus on Multiculturalism 7. College of Engineering: Developing the Pipeline 8. Comparative Analysis 9. Conclusion