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We support a diverse university across lines of race, ethnicity, culture, gender, socioeconomic status, class, age, and ability.

For more information, please read APU’s positional statement on diversity.

God-honoring Diversity Team Members

Arlene Sanchez-Walsh, Ph.D.
Diversity Coordinator

Jan Wenger, M.A.
Executive Assistant

Diversity Fellows

Rema Reynolds, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Counseling and School Psychology

Stephen Brown, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor
Graduate Social Work

Richard Martinez, Ed.D.
Associate Professor
Foundations and Transdisciplinary Studies

Overriding Goals

By fall 2012, the university will have:

Research Questions and Strategic Goals

Capacity and Preparatory Review

CPR Q5. How does institutional infrastructure facilitate the recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students of diverse backgrounds and abilities?

CPR Q6. How do policies, programs, and practices demonstrate and encourage an institutional commitment to God-honoring diversity?

By the end of the CPR, we expect:

Educational Effectiveness Review

EER Q7. To what extent does sustained campus-wide engagement in activities and issues related to God-honoring diversity impact student learning?

EER Q8. To what extent does faculty engagement in God-honoring diversity-related activities and issues inform and impact teaching, scholarship, and service?

By the end of the EER, we expect: