Professors Profit from Diversity Fraud
Let’s call “diversity” in colleges and universities what it is. Fraud.
Long past is the time for colleges and universities in America to continue to seek diversity. Almost every checkbox is filled at most of America’s academic institutions, when it comes to ethnic background, religion, gender, sexuality, and so on. So why do we continue to pay?
But instead of getting better, the largess by these institution frauds grows worse.
Check out this story regarding The University of Michigan’s Board of Regents establishing, “Diversity and Social Transformation Professorships”. The university now recognizes “senior faculty who have shown a commitment to the university’s ideals of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) through their scholarship, teaching, or service and engagement.”
“Nominations for the distinction will be made by the deans of U-M schools or colleges, and the finalists will be selected by a university committee and approved by the provost.
Recipients will hold their initial appointment for five years and receive an annual stipend of $20,000 to support their scholarly and professional work. They will also receive special faculty fellow status at the National Center for Institutional Diversity and spend at least one semester as a faculty fellow-in-residence.”
The National Center for Institutional Diversity. Trust me, SEE will dig into this organization and get back with you on this.
In short, professors are being paid handsomely to spread diversity where diversity exists in droves? And to what end? What is the magic figure where we no longer need to institute such programs?
Our tax dollars pay for this nonsense. Worse, these “diversity” degree plans self-feed, as academia figures out more and more ways to promote a non-existent issue. It’s time we END THIS NONSENSE.
Read the rest of the story here.