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Taking the First Steps On Your DEI Journey - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrew Sears
14:51
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Amy Spies
23:01
Hi Andrew, Can you please explain again how Black and African American students are "overrepresented" and Whites are "underrepresented"? Perhaps I heard what you said incorrectly..
Mike Olson
23:35
It's relative to the percentage of the total population.
Amy Spies
23:58
Ok, thank you...
Mike Olson
24:04
For example, 78% of the total pop is white where 76% of online students are white (not exactly sure on the numbers)
Mike Olson
24:05
Yep!
Amy Spies
24:29
Ok, I see -- thank you for that, very helpful!
Mike Olson
24:56
Of course!! Glad it helped!
Tanya Haggins
28:22
Thank you DEAC for covering this important topic.
Tanya Haggins
42:43
That is awesome.
Jack Solomon
52:09
Got it. Thank you for expanding on that!
CAULYNE BARRON
52:32
I am already thinking through how some of our different groups will lead to different support services, be they academic, advising, or structural. Thank you for getting the wheels turning!
Gary Robinson
01:00:41
I was curious about the chart that showed percentages that Middle Eastern was not one of the categories. What do you do in this case
Amy Spies
01:03:02
Isn't "Middle Eastern" considered "Caucasian"?
Amy Spies
01:04:08
Yes, right...
CAULYNE BARRON
01:06:45
Thank you, Andrew! (And DEAC for hosting this conversation!)
JAMES GEPPERTH
01:07:09
Thank you for this conversation.
Nan Ridgeway
01:07:16
Thank you, Andrew!
Amy Spies
01:07:20
Thank you!
Emil Gjorgov
01:07:28
wonderful topic
Jack Solomon
01:07:28
Thank you Andrew and Leah! So much good stuff to think about and implement so we can ensure all students are successful!
Gary Robinson
01:07:31
Merci
Chitpasong Vazquez
01:07:37
Thank you!