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Inclusive Excellence

Georgia Southern University celebrates diversity in all its forms. 

The center pillar of our new strategic plan says all populations will feel valued and respected, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation or identity, education, or disability. In addition, the University will capitalize on distinctive, unique campus cultures while encouraging strong institutional unity.

Inclusive Excellence is an on-going, collaborative process uniting Georgia Southern students, faculty, staff, administrators and alumni in the work of embedding diversity and inclusiveness throughout University life. Our efforts were extended and re-energized with the work of acclaimed diversity, leadership and organizational change expert Dr. Damon A. Williams.

Featured Events

Critical Race Theory – Interrupting Racism

Faculty Development in a CTE Classroom

This workshop provides an examination of ways for faculty to transform current practices into curriculum, pedagogy, teaching, and learning into ones that remove colorblindness and meritocracy and that create a space where all students are empowered and learning is experiential and engaging.

Armstrong Campus

Thursday, November 7 – Noon
Location TBD

Statesboro Campus

Thursday, November 7 – Noon
Streamed in TBD

Critical Race Theory – Interrupting Racism

For a General Audience

This workshop is designed for a general audience and will provide participants an opportunity to examine ways to promote diversity and inclusion through the lens of CRT. Participants will develop a working definition of CRT, examine individual and collective experiences at GS from a CRT perspective, and analyze efforts to promote diversity and inclusion at GS through the lens of CRT

Liberty Campus

Thursday, November 14 – 12:30 p.m.