Inclusive Excellence Model
Adopted from Williams, D.A., Berger, J.B., and McClendon, S.A. (2005)
Toward a model of inclusive excellence and change in postsecondary institutions.
Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.
Diversity is integral to the MGH Institute's learning and work environment. The Institute's Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council tracks its progress using the Diversity Scorecard:
Institutional vitality & viability: The Institute's visible and sustained commitment to diversity, and the effectiveness of institutional efforts to advance diversity
Human capital - Access & equity: The proportion and success of historically underrepresented students, faculty, and staff at the Institute
Cultural competence in the curriculum: Diversity learning experiences in programs, courses, and social/relational dimensions of the Institute's environment
Campus climate: An inclusive, equitable and welcoming climate that is respectful and supportive of all members of the Institute community
In addition to the Diversity Scorecard, see The Netter Principles for Building Organizational Inclusion