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Chief Diversity Officer Event - Shared screen with speaker view
Mike Loizzo
12:01
Good morning!
Alicia Papanek
13:14
Hello! Good morning!
Skylar Kaplan Moreno
13:49
Good Morning! Happy to be here with such a professional looking group of people.
Chris VIvian, IFAS Communications
23:58
Mom's right!
Chris VIvian, IFAS Communications
32:17
That is a great story about the UPD.
Heather McAuslane (she/her)
36:58
I might have missed it. When will the climate surveys be administered and to which audiences?
Chelsea Smartt
37:19
I might have missed this, at your previous position, how successful were you in recruiting minority faculty, especially Black faculty, to your institution?
Chris VIvian, IFAS Communications
38:23
I appreciate the idea of celebrating success as we go, it's not going to happen all at once. Will you be providing a way we can submit stories to your team?
Alicia Papanek
40:11
What are some of the metrics that you see being critical, even at this early-ish stage?
Yoosook Lee
41:49
Could you give an example of how accountability works in DEI context?
Chelsea Smartt
44:26
Thank you.
Alicia Papanek
48:46
Interesting! Thank you!
Nancy (she-her) Moores
50:28
This conversation has been very encouraging and promising. I look forward to being part of the change moving forward.
Paloma Carton de Grammont (she/her)
52:38
I would like to ask your opinion about the importance of having a Land Acknowledgement
Yoosook Lee
53:47
FMEL finished its first round of climate survey and FMEL IDEA Committee is currently writing a report to circulate among FMEL members. Should we send the report to you as well?
Nancy (she-her) Moores
54:01
I found those acknowledgements to be so enlightening and respectful.
Paloma Carton de Grammont (she/her)
55:09
I agree, and I feel that part of the training at UF is to educate the faculty, students and staff about the Nations that lived and continue to live in Florida
iPhone de Audrey
58:54
I am one of the NCBS DEI committee chairs and we did establish a temporary land acknowledgement while waiting for further guidance and insight. We look forward to continuing to develop it!
Heather McAuslane (she/her)
59:35
As we look to hire a diverse faculty, we find that the pool of underrepresented PHD graduates from which we can draw is very small. We can grow that pipeline by recruiting and retaining more URM undergraduate and graduate students. Do you have thoughts on how to grow the number of URM interested in STEM even before matriculation as an undergraduate at UF?
Paloma Carton de Grammont (she/her)
59:57
we also created one at the Water Institute, and agree, we would love to have more guidance.
Alicia Papanek
01:04:48
Marsha, thank you so much for taking the time this morning to talk with all of us. I’ve been involved in DEI efforts in the nutrition and dietetics profession, first in California, and am working on integrating it into the nutrition and dietetics students here at UF. Being here today has given me so many good tools to move forward, and to inform a discussion we’re having tomorrow about this very topic! I hope it’s okay that I reach out to you to talk more!
Marsha C. McGriff, UF
01:06:25
Absolutely!!
Roderick Tatom
01:08:25
If there is time to answer this question, I'd love to hear if you have any recommendation on book(s) that teach the philosophes of DEI that you have read and help guide your thinking on the topic?
Chris VIvian, IFAS Communications
01:09:27
Great question!
Dana LeCuyer (she/her)
01:10:16
https://www.amazon.com/Diversity-Beyond-Lip-Service-Challenging-ebook/dp/B07JX4QYPW
Nancy (she-her) Moores
01:10:17
La'Wana Harris
Tory Moore (she/her)
01:11:31
Thank you! Great hearing from you today.
Mike Loizzo
01:11:32
Thank you, Dr. McGriff!
Audrey Nowicki
01:11:33
Thank you!
khancock
01:11:33
Welcome Dr. McGriff. Thank you.
Darryl Palmer
01:11:33
Thank you Marsha!
Naim Montazeri
01:11:35
Thank you!
Johanny Zabala
01:11:40
Thanks You.
Lourdes Mederos
01:11:41
Thank you so much.
Roderick Tatom
01:11:41
Thank you everyone!