Many university trustees who value ideological diversity on campus, and who understand the importance of academic freedom, report difficulty advancing these ideals at their institutions. For this reason, Heterodox Academy invited you to hear the ways John Chisholm, who has served as a trustee of both MIT and the Santa Fe Institute, discovered to advance, comfortably and confidently, an alternative, broader vision for diversity and inclusion than had been envisioned or applied before at MIT. This event was held on Monday, August 23 at 11 am EDT.
Chisholm presented his findings and recommendations, took audience questions, and invited discussion. We hoped the session suggested new ways that other trustees and philanthropists can address diversity and inclusion concerns at the institutions they love.
Please note, this event was by invitation only.