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Diversity and Inclusion by Design: A Challenge for Us All

Diversity and Inclusion by Design: A Challenge for Us All Michael Rios and N. Claire Napawan University of California, Davis “Engaged Scholarship: Bringing Together Research, 2018a). Embracing these trends, prominent landscape Teaching, and Service” is the theme of the 2019 Coun- architecture organizations, including CELA, signed cil of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) a commitment to “achieve a professional profile that conference. The aim is to start a dialogue about the correlates with the 2012 population-share estimates, ways in which our community of practice focuses on while working toward the longer-term goal of parity issues of public concern and is useful to, and devel- with 2016 projections for the nation as a whole” by oped in concert with, diverse audiences beyond the 2025 (ASLA, 2018b, p. 1). academy. While public engagement is not new to our Diversifying academia will likely have a direct field, there is increasing attention to the ways in which impact on efforts to diversify the profession. The engaged forms of scholarship advance diversity and American Society of Landscape Architecture’s (ASLA) inclusion in higher education. Diversity and inclusion inaugural diversity summit in 2013 revealed the lack effects are mainstream and are now an integral part of of mentors, “and specifically mentors that looked like many universities and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the land University of Wisconsin Press

Diversity and Inclusion by Design: A Challenge for Us All

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University of Wisconsin Press
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Abstract

Michael Rios and N. Claire Napawan University of California, Davis “Engaged Scholarship: Bringing Together Research, 2018a). Embracing these trends, prominent landscape Teaching, and Service” is the theme of the 2019 Coun- architecture organizations, including CELA, signed cil of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) a commitment to “achieve a professional profile that conference. The aim is to start a dialogue about the correlates with the 2012 population-share estimates, ways in which our community of practice focuses on while working toward the longer-term goal of parity issues of public concern and is useful to, and devel- with 2016 projections for the nation as a whole” by oped in concert with, diverse audiences beyond the 2025 (ASLA, 2018b, p. 1). academy. While public engagement is not new to our Diversifying academia will likely have a direct field, there is increasing attention to the ways in which impact on efforts to diversify the profession. The engaged forms of scholarship advance diversity and American Society of Landscape Architecture’s (ASLA) inclusion in higher education. Diversity and inclusion inaugural diversity summit in 2013 revealed the lack effects are mainstream and are now an integral part of of mentors, “and specifically mentors that looked like many universities and

Journal

Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the landUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Jan 28, 2019

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