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The mission of the Advisory Committee on Diversity is to identify and to develop creative strategies and initiatives for the recruitment and retention of African-American faculty and administrators. The committee is appointed by and reports to the President. The committee was appointed in 2002. At least fifty percent of the committee is African-American derived from a slate of nominations presented to the President by African-American faculty and administrators. The remaining members are selected from other University faculty and administrators. The Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs serves as chair of the committee.
This committee represents the University of South Alabama's compliance with U.S. District Court Order in response to Knight, et al, v. The State of Alabama, et al, concerning employment practices of predominately white defendant institutions.Advisory Committee on Diversity Recommendations to the President April, 2005
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