Contact: Ralph Newell
Fairfax, Va.— After reviewing the results of the first pillar survey on senior representational diversity, CoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education are pleased to announce the first 12 qualifying institutions for the DOIT certification program.
DOIT (Diverse Organizational Impact and Transformation) is a research mechanism that certifies an institution’s progress on diversity and inclusion.
The certification process utilizes four Institutional Pillars for Transformation (IPTs) and a Pillar Indicator Map (PIM) as a framework to identify institutional components that speak to intentionality, frequency, and policy associated with behaviors and expectations for executing transformation within core executive-level activities for recruitment, retention, reward, promotion, and pipeline.
The certification process uses two frameworks to measure institutional transformation: the four Institutional Pillars for Transformation (IPTs) and a Pillar Indicator Map (PIM). Together, IPT and PIM identify how an institution’s intentionality, frequency, and policy is impacting core executive-level activities such as recruitment, retention, reward, promotion, and pipeline.
The four pillars are:
Based on their respective IPT scores for Pillar IV, the following institutions (in alphabetical order) will be recognized in the November 12, 2020 edition of Diverse.
For institutions wishing to retroactively participate in the first survey and the next two pillar surveys please visit the DOIT homepage.
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