Transforming the Ivory Tower: The Impact of Cultural Diversity on Management Policies at the University of Windsor, Canada
Analysing the methods utilised by senior management to create a culturally inclusive University. White male dominated institutional culture was the norm until the last decade.
||Cultural and racial diversity in an institution of higher learning, Equality of opportunity in recruitment, Promotion and retention, Academic and administrative management policy and program change
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.59-66.
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Racial diversity, multiculturalism and minorities in the criminal justice system are areas of speciality. Numerous public service leadership roles including membership on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, Multicultural Council of Windsor and the United Way of Windsor. Head of the Department of Sociology and Member of various Presidential Advisory Committees and Commissions. Books authored include "Crime the Criminal Code and the Canadian Legal System" (Pearson Canada 2005); "The Canadian Criminal Justice System" (Prentice Hall 2001); "Social Problems and Issues: A Canadian Perspective" (Nelson 1989); "Racism Non-whites in Canada" (Butterworths 1992).
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