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Wyld, David C. – CUPA Journal, 1997
Based on litigation patterns, discrimination because of accent occurs most frequently in colleges and universities, particularly in the classroom. Accent discrimination cases are unlike other employment discrimination cases because successful claims generally do not depend on qualifications, but on accent's effect on job performance. Specific…
Descriptors: Classroom Communication, College Administration, College Faculty, College Students
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Madison, Ernestine – CUPA Journal, 1993
This article describes Washington State University's efforts to plan for and accommodate diversity on campus. It covers goals for institutional climate; administrative structure; recruitment and retention of minority students, faculty, and staff; and policy and programs concerning cultural diversity in all campus relationships, equal opportunity,…
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Administrative Policy, Administrator Role, Change Strategies
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Curran, Sheila J. – CUPA Journal, 1995
The process used by Brown University (Rhode Island) to develop a day care program for infant and toddler children of staff and students is described. Key issues (goals, philosophy, budget) and considerations (day care users' needs, space needs and availability, staffing, budgeting, implementation plan) are discussed. A sample user survey and…
Descriptors: College Administration, College Students, Day Care, Financial Support