You shared your truth through the CPX survey. The action plan is Cal Poly’s commitment to change.
The data collected during the listening sessions and the survey will be used to set real goals, build scorecards and create a strong culture of accountability to embed equity and inclusion throughout the university and support all of our campus community members. It will support the development and refinement of Cal Poly programs and services designed to create a more equitable, inclusive and diverse campus community.
In addition, the data forms a baseline understanding of current experiences and perceptions so the university can measure change over time, to see if we’re meeting our goals and keep us on track. It also provides insight into key climate issues that warrant additional or more in-depth assessment.
The data was shared during the Strategic Diversity Leadership Instituteon Oct. 17 and 18, and in a series of reports. The data will be used to create Action Plans during winter and spring 2020. In addition, a Distinguished Speaker Series taking place via Zoom on Thursday, Jan. 23, Jan. 30 and Feb. 6 will give the campus community opportunities to hear from diversity and inclusion experts and learn about how we can thread our work throughout campus.
Cal Poly plans to engage in future ongoing and regular campus climate research efforts to continue to monitor and develop strategies to improve the campus experience for all students, faculty and staff.
The Office of University Diversity and Inclusion is offering office hours on a weekly basis for units to discuss Inclusive Excellence Action Planning and receive one-on-one coaching.Sign upfor a 30 minute time slot via Calendly.
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