Expand programming, funding, administrative and clerical resources for programs.
Task Force Recommendation: Elevating and Protecting the Status of Women (Also, Intentionally Recruiting, Selecting, and Retaining Diverse Talent.)
Task Force Project: Expand programming, funding, administrative and clerical resources for programs.
Champion: Jonathan Rosenthal
Implementation Team Actions
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) continues to contribute $25,000 annually to Latin American Latino/a Studies.
In FY18 CAS contributed $25,000 to African American Studies, which helped to find speakers such as the author of a book on ISU Professor Mildred Pratt. Going forward, CAS and the Office of the Provost will make matching contributions to enhance the African American Studies program.
- Create and schedule additional courses that would serve expanded programming in these programs. Particular interest in General Education courses that could be used to increase awareness of and interest in program.
- Support joint appointment requests for tenure-track faculty through the Academic Impact Fund for next academic year
- Continue to meet with program leaders.
- Continue to encourage creation of appropriate new courses.
- Fund courses that support the programs.