Academic and student affairs collaborations are essential to the success of the modern university. The Division of Campus Life and the Office of Community and Diversity, in the Provost’s Office, have spent the past year determining how to strengthen this collaboration at Emory University. Collaborations such as academic advising in the residence halls and representation on various key committees are clear. What remains undecided is how the university, at this point in its history, might optimally leverage resources in the Division of Campus Life and the Office of Community and Diversity to provide a socially just and connected community of students, faculty, staff, alumni, families, and visitors, a community that imagines and leads positive transformation in the world.
To arrive at clarity on the best way forward, the Division of Campus Life and the Office of Community and Diversity have commissioned a review of their collective efforts and organizational infrastructure to support community building at Emory. Specifically, they will review the effectiveness and efficiency of resources associated with programs and initiatives in the Office of Community and Diversity in the Office of the Provost and relevant departments in the Division of Campus Life.
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