Delphia Howze has more than 20 years working in industry and higher education helping organizations leverage diversity to create and strengthen inclusive environments.
Efforts to promote diversity and inclusion are needed across the University of Tennessee, according to UT President Joe DiPietro. Noma Anderson will assume the role of special adviser to the president on diversity and inclusion, effective July 1.
The University of Tennessee strives to develop a diverse educational environment and workforce and to create and sustain a welcoming, supportive and inclusive culture. UT also is required by law to take affirmative action to employ and advance qualified persons with disabilities, qualified special disabled veterans and qualified Vietnam era veterans. During the hiring process, … Continued
Supporting and growing Tennessee’s small businesses—especially those owned by minorities, women and service-disabled veterans—is the focus of the 2016 Diversity Business Marketplace, to be held April 28 at the Knoxville Convention Center.
University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro, Dr. Noma Anderson, Diversity Advisory Council Chair and Dean of the College of Health Professions at the UT Health Science Center, as well as Dr. Joe Miles, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology in the UT Knoxville Department of Psychology, discuss UT’s commitment to diversity and things learned from the 2015 UT Diversity Summit.