The rallying cry for inclusivity has never been greater in higher education. As professors look for ways to ensure all sociocultural perspectives are present in their course activities, lectures and discussions, many questions remain beginning with who should be addressing these issues as well as how exactly this might be accomplished. Increasingly more faculty are opening their classrooms to this discussion, even if diversity is not a required element of their course. Exit interviews conducted in Spring 2021 with senior marketing majors at a Mid Atlantic University provided an opportunity for students to share their perceptions about inclusivity and what it means to them personally, as well as how they feel their business program and university is addressing this issue.
Carpenter, Michelle C.
"Looking for Inclusivity in Higher Ed? Start in the Classroom!,"
Atlantic Marketing Journal: Vol. 11:
1, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/amj/vol11/iss1/10
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