Be creative. Be demanding. What could CSW look like in the coming years? What’s the best way for it to complement the work of HCIE (Homewood Council on Inclusive Excellence)?
Such nice, important words! What shall we do about them, specifically, in the coming years at JHU?
For today’s blog post we bring out vintage questions about the relationship between knowledge and action, research results and best practices. Have at it.
These goals are tricky to concretize. We could use your suggestions. How, practically, do we cultivate a work environment in which the work/life mix is genuinely valued rather than scrutinized?
At one extreme, there’s a lot of talk–rightly or wrongly–about administrative bloat. At the other, it might strike as absurd that gender equity issues would fall to volunteers. Please advise.
What should we be trying to do this year? by 2020? beyond? How should we go about it, and who should keep track of how it’s going? We welcome your comments & suggestions.
Our first two goals have to do with the big picture. How is Hopkins progressing? Comments, kudos, suggestions, worries, ideas from other universities . . . (what the symbols mean)
It’s time to evaluate how close we are to achieving the goals for gender equity set back in 2006 in the Vision 2020 report.
Every day for the rest of Women’s History Month, we will post a few goals from Vision 2020, along with draft commentary on how Hopkins seems to progressing toward the goal. It’s a draft because we hope to incorporate your feedback before we meet with the deans in mid-April.
Please send your comments and suggestions, either via our email or in the comments section. And please share these with your colleagues and friends who may have input as well!
To make the Report Card less text-heavy, we’re using some icons. Here’s the key: