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 Diversity 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