The private graduate school in Colorado Springs, Colorado announced a new specialization in Organizational Diversity apart of its Master of Arts in Psychology and the Doctor of Psychology programs. According to a press release, graduates from this specialization will be positioned for jobs as Ombuds and other roles such as Chief Diversity Officer, Director of Diversity, Diversity Manager, EEOC Managers, Human Resource Professionals, and Director of Multi-Cultural Affairs. "Inclusion is one of the most important words spoken with regard to diversity. The leaders of many organizations and corporations understand that they must create an inclusive environment in order to ensure a level of productivity among their employees," said Dr. Charlita Shelton, University of the Rockies President. There is no indication whether the new program will include Ombuds topics in particular. (CNN Money.)
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