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SOPMFT Diversity Scholarship Recipient

The purpose of the SOPMFT Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholarship is to 1) recognize SOPMFT students who are in good standing and offer solutions to effect sustainable change with regard to equity, inclusion, and diversity in SOPMFT; and 2) foster ongoing dialogue towards building a culture of trust and respect within SOPMFT. Students submit essays…

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Faculty Resource Grants Awarded

The Faculty Resource Grant offers funding for faculty members to purchase books and resources that enhance their teaching skills or their ability to create a more inclusive and equitable environment for students. This grant has the potential to promote positive change in the broader community as more people become familiar with resources related to inclusion…

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Faculty Enrichment Grant Awarded

The Faculty Enrichment Grant provides funding for faculty members to attend workshops, conferences, webinars, or other trainings that enhance their knowledge and abilities in inclusion and equity. Opportunities for continual training are essential so that faculty members are continually aware of best practices for inclusion and equity. The Faculty Enrichment Grant awardee for 2020-21 is…

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Course Revision Grants Awarded

The largest grant offered is the Course Revision Grant. This grant is offered for projects that integrate scholarship from underrepresented people groups into courses. Strong proposals in this category not only sought to include new scholarship, but also articulate how scholarship from underrepresented people groups reorients, illumines, and/or critiques current perspectives within that field. This…

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Faculty Inclusion and Equity Grants Awarded

In an effort to make Fuller’s education more inclusive, the Chief of Diversity Equity and Inclusion, following the recommendation of a senior faculty team of reviewers, awarded grants to eight faculty members who proposed inclusion and equity projects. These grants function as incentives and funding for faculty members to explore and implement new practices that…

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SATIE 2020-2022

The Strategic Approach Toward Inclusive Excellence (SATIE) 2020-2022 was reviewed and revised with input from trustees, senior leadership team, directors, and faculty. Consistent with Fuller NEXT, this updated SATIE 2020-2022 outlines three years of specific goals designed toward achieving the priorities of antiracist practices and their intersection with other dimensions of diversity.

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Faculty Inclusion and Equity Grant Reports: Resource Grant

In 2019, the Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity awarded three grants to encourage faculty engagement and research in inclusion and equity. The awards were given in two categories: Enrichment Grants, and Resource Grant. Due to COVID-19, the planned travel was not possible; however, one report was submitted on what was learned and accomplished with the award. Resource…

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Faculty Inclusion and Equity Grant Reports: Enrichment Grants

In 2018, the Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity awarded seven grants to encourage faculty engagement and research in inclusion and equity. The awards were given in three categories: Course Revision Grants, Enrichment Grants, and Resource Grants. This past fall, those faculty members wrote reports on what they learned and accomplished with those awards….

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Faculty Inclusion and Equity Grant Reports: Resource Grants

In 2018, the Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity awarded seven grants to encourage faculty engagement and research in inclusion and equity. The awards were given in three categories: Course Revision Grants, Enrichment Grants, and Resource Grants. This past fall, those faculty members wrote reports on what they learned and accomplished with those awards….

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Update on the Strategic Approach Toward Inclusive Excellence

Update on the Strategic Approach Toward Inclusive Excellence (SATIE) “President Mark Labberton noted that “Fuller Seminary recognizes that diversity, inclusion, and equity are educational, economic, and civic imperatives [that are] critical to achieving academic excellence… To make sustained efforts toward transformational change, a comprehensive approach needs to be developed that involves the engagement of the…

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