Becoming a Diversity Leader on Campus: Navigating Identity and Situational Pressures
Eugene T. Parker III, Ph.D.
University of Kansas, USA
Becoming a Diversity Leader on Campus offers a better
understanding of how diversity leaders make meaning and
sense of their roles, desire, and passion for promoting
diversity within their institutions. Chapter authors offer
narratives that represent their realities regarding the
concept of diversity leadership, how they came to be in
their roles, and how diversity leaders do diversity work.
This important resource provides practical strategies and
guides faculty and higher education professionals in
navigating the situational, contextual, and relational
constructs within the social and cultural contexts of college
and university campuses.
Parker E. (2022). Becoming a Diversity Leader on Campus. Routledge
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