Making STEMM diversity, equity, and inclusion normative in U.S. higher education
At this moment in history, it is critically important that U.S. institutions of higher education declare who they are, what they value, and what they want to become. Adoption of the SEA Change Principles affirms that creating a truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive community is a priority for your institution. SEA Change Membership includes a public commitment to the SEA Change Principles, access to Institute offerings as they are released, and assistance from SEA Change staff and other stakeholders as the institution moves from being reactive to proactive through systemic transformation efforts.
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Criteria for SEA Change Membership (Please see Membership Terms)
i. Any non-profit postsecondary Institution of higher education based in the United States may become a Member of SEA Change.
ii. For the purposes of SEA Change, an "Institution" is everything that falls under a single Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) ID. We recognize some Institutions have a health science center (HSC) or medical school that is autonomous or is a large and significantly self-supporting component of an Institution with the capacity to set standards and create tailored processes, consistent with the Institution. These HSCs or medical schools should contact Darla Thompson, the Project Director for SEA Change Biomedicine, at email@example.com for further discussion.