UGBA 156AC: Diversity in the Workplace


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This course will introduce students to various theories on diversity and the importance of 
human capital equity and inclusion to organizations and bridge it with application via 
community-based projects. Projects will be provided by this year’s community partner - The 
Greenlining Institute Students will engage in community-based 
learning, enabling them to become more conscious of the social impact of positive human 
relations in industry and scholarship to foster equity, social justice, and civic responsibility.

This course guide will introduce students in Erika Walker's Diversity in the Workplace class to various resources -- at the UC Berkeley libraries and beyond -- that should be helpful for the community-based projects.  

This site is organized according to the topics for the team projects.

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Last Update: August 21, 2013 10:36