JHU releases its 'Roadmap on Diversity'

Johns Hopkins University has officially released a comprehensive plan that gives an overview of ongoing diversity efforts and also outlines next steps. The "JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion," a blueprint of sorts for the entire university, addresses key issues—including lack of diversity among faculty, harassment, and hate speech—raised at an open forum held shortly after a student protest in the spring.

It also lays out specific actions to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity among faculty, students, and staff across the university; in the institution's stated principles, curricula, and campus climate; and in how the university engages with Baltimore.

Students, faculty, and staff are invited to read the "Roadmap" and find other diversity-related information and resources.