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UConn cites record diversity levels with incoming Class of 2026

47% of the first-year students identified as nonwhite.

Maurice Nelson joins Sacred Heart University as chief diversity and inclusion...

Nelson previously held a similar position at Yale University's School of Nursing.

Yonkers hires equity officer

A new job title is starting to appear on the organizational charts of municipalities across the U.S. as towns, cities and counties continue to see...

IBM launches framework for achieving ESG goals

The framework was unveiled in the newly released 2021 IBM ESG Report.

Looking toward 2022: a legal year-end review for companies and nonprofits

During these last few weeks of 2021, do a little organizational self-reflection. What did you do well in 2021? What could have been done better or differently? What do you hope to accomplish in 2022?

Fairfield’s Haddad & Partners puts new focus on diversity in advertising

The Summer Studio program addressed minority underrepresentation in graphic design.

Study names Bridgeport as nation’s second most diverse city

Yonkers was the sole Westchester city on the list, placing 13th.

Tibi Guzmán: For those with developmental disabilities, transition services key to...

Individuals with developmental disabilities play an important role in building a diverse and qualified workforce. As companies look to bring on new employees, it...

Census: Stamford now state’s second-largest city as CT grows more diverse

The state's White population dropped by 11%, while the number of its Hispanic/Latino residents rose by 4%. Connecticut's Black and Asian populations also increased.

Pace receives Nursing Workforce Diversity federal grant

The funds aim to increase representation, opportunities and retention for underrepresented groups in the profession, particularly for Black and Hispanic students.

Ursula Burns complains her historic appointment as Xerox CEO ‘shouldn’t have...

Burns said the focus on her race and gender was a "ridiculous way to make history."

State Treasurer Wooden: CT on ‘right track’ fiscally, but racial inequality...

Generational poverty in Connecticut continues “irrespective of race or ZIP code," Shawn Wooden says.

Mill Road Capital creates fund to encourage diversity in corporate boards

The new fund will function as a "sponsoring investor."

Panel to focus on increasing diversity in Connecticut agriculture

The working group will consider issues including access to capital and markets.

Sacred Heart University names first director of inclusive teaching

Morgan seeks to have the university classroom offer a more accurate reflection of the wider society.