Diversity Data Deep Dive

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About the Diversity Data Deep Dive

The Diversity Data Deep Dive (DDDD) conferences were developed in order to utilize qualitative and quantitative data to advance institutional equity and diversity goals.

The inaugural conference was held in Walter Library on November 17, 2017. Presentations highlighted available institutional data sets, how data can be accessed, and the ways that participants can leverage data to effect change. The second DDDD took place as a half-day conference in April 2018, examining specific cases more deeply.

This established a model for presenting a fall conference that explores many aspects of data in diversity and a spring session that looks more closely at particular scenarios as models for making change happen.

Many of our sessions from these conferences are live-streamed during the event to include online audience members. Videos, along with brief descriptions of those sessions, are available below. Break-out sessions were not recorded.

For more information about any of these presentations, please contact Virajita Singh (singh023@umn.edu) or John A. Williams (jawillms@umn.edu).