"The University of Central Florida College of Graduate Studies supports UCF’s vision of fostering diversity and inclusiveness and strives to increase participation in graduate education by underrepresented groups. We are committed to creating a campus environment that understands and embraces multiculturalism and recognize the importance of having a diverse group of students, faculty, and staff associated with our research and educational programs. We are also devoted to promoting academic diversity and will continue to create new programs that diversify our offerings and serve our community."
"This empowering study on human diversity helps readers develop the ability to understand, respect, and value diversity-and demonstrates how opening one's mind to the views of other peoples and cultures is central for a quality education and successful career."
"The book presents a balanced, comprehensive overview of the policies and practices for achieving racial and ethnic diversity in public organizations, with a strong orientation toward improving diversity management in the public sector."
"By assembling an international cast of contributors from all walks of research life, Professors Prasad, Pringle and Konrad successfully broaden the scope of scholarly discourse on workplace diversity."
"This book outlines the importance of understanding culture and its impact on organizations, the strategic value of cultural intelligence, and the significance of integrating and practicing cultural intelligence in everyday business life."
"This volume will present new research on the colorblindness versus multiculturalism debate, assist in broadening the diversity ideology conversation, share this conversation across social science domains including industrial/organizational psychology, social psychology, and law and public policy, and highlight how the nature of diversity ideology may be fluid and therefore be different depending on the diversity dimension discussed."
"Diversity in Practice analyzes the disconnect between expressed commitments to diversity and practical achievements, revealing the often obscure systemic causes that drive persistent professional inequalities."
"This handbook empirically documents the dilemmas that result from responsibility-based conflicts. The book is organized by sources of dilemmas that fall into three major categories: individual, organizational (internal policies and procedures), and cultural (social forces external to the organization), including an introduction and a final integration of the many ways in which organizations can contribute to positive employee health and well-being."