UPenn Medical School Forces ‘Diversity Statement’ on Teaching Applicants
The University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine is forcing all teaching applicants to write a “diversity statement,” showing their devotion to political ideology.
Some leading questions the medical school suggests to keep in mind when writing the one-page response are, “What does diversity mean to you, and why is this important?” or “Does your engagement with diversity help students prepare for careers in a global society?” according to the application guide.
“If you feel that you may not have a lot to write about for this one-page document, take a moment to reflect on diversity as it relates to your research topic, your teaching, and your service work,” it says. “Do you study groups or people who have been marginalized in society and have uncovered their voices as part of your research? Have you employed inclusive pedagogical techniques in your teaching to encourage students to participate in discussion?”
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