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Meredith College is working to address the racism that is affecting BIPOC students, faculty, staff, and alumnae who are valued and respected members of our community. This effort is multi-faceted, action oriented, and root focused.
Business administration major and honors student Tasia Bromell, ’21, studied abroad and held leadership roles both on campus and during her HR internship. She will continue her education at Meredith as an accelerated MBA student.
Meredith President Jo Allen was the featured speaker of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s C-Suite Perspectives on June 11, 2021. Area executives share leadership lessons in the series.
Results are being shared from one of the earliest, and most important, steps in Meredith’s anti-racism initiative, which was to undertake a nationally normed campus climate survey of undergraduate and graduate students, employees, and alumnae/i.
Meredith College has received a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations to support equitable pedagogical practices in STEM higher education. The project “Cultivating Equitable and Inclusive Pedagogical Practices in STEM Higher Education,” which is funded for three years, aims to create fully inclusive and equity-based STEM programs at Meredith.
Vilma Concha-Chiaraviglio, Meredith’s Fulbright Adviser, played a pivotal role in three Meredith students receiving a Fulbright award, a record number of recipients for the College.
This year’s “PIE” conference focused specifically on the College’s anti-racism efforts, both to share information about what is taking place and to provide learning opportunities for the larger community.
In the Spring 2021 issue of Meredith Magazine, the College announced that an enhanced digital publication would be available to readers beginning in summer 2021. While the magazine has previously been available online, this revamped version offers a more immersive experience, with interactive multimedia content and more videos in an eminently shareable format.