(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Shifting organizational culture around intractable issues such as insufficient attention to improving diversity and addressing discrimination has proven elusive in the data-driven accountability that faces today’s institutions. Emily Roxworthy, UC San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance, shows how interactive documentary theatre, devised from the experiential data produced by the University of California system, creates institutional change. Involving administrators in art-making that reflects the daily struggles that underpin efforts to advance human knowledge can cultivate a leadership culture around diversity, equity and inclusion. Series: “UC San Diego Founders’ Symposium” [Education] [Show ID: 30325]
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