The Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging has announced a long-list of 20 semi-finalists in the competition to revise the final line of Harvard’s alma mater. These text entries were selected out of a pool of 168 entries by a subcommittee of the Task Force, with input from the Task Force generally. There were no submissions of musical variants for the alma mater.
By Kristine E. Guillaume and Claire E. Parker, CRIMSON STAFF WRITERS
A University-wide task force focused on diversity and inclusion recommended Monday that central administrators work with individual schools to devise plans to ensure historically marginalized groups experience “full membership in the Harvard community.”
University community can voice recommendations on Solution Space
As the academic year gets underway, the Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging is entering its final phase of work, and will continue to look to the Harvard community for suggesting solutions and vetting preliminary recommendations to help the campus achieve its goals for inclusion and belonging.
By Alice S. Cheng and Kristine E. Guillaume, CRIMSON STAFF WRITERS
A University-wide task force on inclusion and belonging is set to release recommendations one semester earlier than planned, according to Government professor Danielle S. Allen, one of the task force’s co-chairs.
...In an effort to synthesize ongoing initiatives at each of the 12 schools, Faust created the Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging in September. The task force is a body of administrators, faculty and other community partners, charged in part with examining the demographic realities and organizational structure of the institution....