Over the past year I have been giving a good deal of thought to diversity at Gettysburg College. I have talked with a number of you regarding the Diversity Commission's work and current structure, our institutional goals with regard to diversity, and potential strategies to meet those goals. With this letter I'd like to share a few thoughts with you, none of which are brand new, but which I hope give you a sense of how important I think this topic is for Gettysburg College. [excerpt]
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Riggs, Janet M., "President's Message to the Campus Community, August 2010" (2010). Reports from the President’s Office. 3.
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The text of the President's message is also available from the President's Office pages of the Gettysburg College website: http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/president/priorities-initiatives/diversity/presidents-message-to-the-campus-community%2C-august-2010.dot?host_id=1