Recommendations about the shared values, assumptions, beliefs, attitudes or ideologies that frame college level policies and procedures and also influence how individual college community members interact with one another. Click on the links below to see the full contents of the recommendations and publications that support these recommendations.
Recognize that students who are members of a minority group may lack understanding of diversity, inclusion, stereotypes (even of their own group), and how minority group membership interacts with U.S. culture.
Moderating institutional promotion of student experiential competition team images and competition performance might open opportunities for students who have financial or personal constraints that preclude extraordinary time commitment.
Faculty and staff advisors must take an active role in over-sight of student organization leadership and activities and develop understanding of the cultural issues and tensions inherent in the organizations.
Engineering student advisors need to be aware of and often mediate students’ perceptions of required outside-of-major courses (e.g. calculus and physics) and faculty that can undermine student confidence and their commitment to an engineering degree.