OID Learning Outcomes
The Office of Institutional Diversity’s programming framework is guided by the Harvey Mudd mission and strategic plan, as well as by best practices in student affairs and social justice education. We are invested in a mindset of assessment and evaluation, seeking to continuously improve our programming to meet the evolving needs of the Harvey Mudd community. We aim to cultivate Awareness, Allyship, and Action through our programming, mentoring, and advising work.
Our Key Overarching Learning Outcomes
- Awareness: Students will engage in identity development and examine the impacts of power and privilege on self and society.
- Allyship: Students will learn strategies to intervene and disrupt incidents of bias as a commitment to fostering an inclusive community.
- Action: Students will discuss and analyze topics of equity and inclusion as it relates to their work, in order to determine ways, they can contribute to a more just society
- Competencies: Students will build their cross-cultural competencies skills.