Diversifying the Curriculum: Leadership to Overcome Inertia pp. 147-156
Authors: (Sue Sciame-Giesecke, Kathy Parkison, and Dianne Roden)
Abstract: Despite wide spread agreement of the importance of preparing students to live and work in a global and diverse world, many challenges still exist in diversifying the curriculum. Although institutions have been working for two decades on this issue, the call for change has not generated significant progress. In this chapter we provide examples of two strategies used to promote change and we address the questions, issues and practices that academic leaders should consider as they facilitate their own campus change effort.