Welcome to the third issue of Cases on Leadership for Equity and Justice in Higher
This case examines the impact of barriers to accessing mental health care through the experience of an undocumented, queer woman of color and the fallout from administration’s response to student concerns.
This case study explores appearance as an indicator of identity and as a cause of microaggressions. An equity minded dress code that is combined with diversity training can be significant factors in fostering inclusive environments.
This case focuses on a conflict between student affairs staff, academic administrators, and faculty during the investigation of academic misconduct. Central to the case is the disparate impact suffered by the student due to the intersectionality of her race, gender, and disability.
This case study explores how student and instructor disability intersect with other identities impacting the classroom. Student and teacher alike face challenges and competing perspectives relative to the formalities of accommodation and education.
We are delighted to share the second issue of Cases on Leadership for Equity and Justice in Higher Education (CLEJHE).
One of the challenges of navigating an increasingly diverse workplace is understanding the nuances of interactions with colleagues from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
The Great Resignation is an economic trend in which employees voluntarily resign from their jobs. In April of 2021, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 4 million Americans quit their jobs for various reasons (Liu, 2021).
This case centers on the complexity of addressing and supporting issues of mental health within institutions of higher education. Specifically, the case considers the complex and often nuanced situations that complicate an employee’s ability to receive appropriate mental health care.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Cases on Leadership for Equity and Justice in Higher Education (CLEJHE). CLEJHE is to be an ongoing, peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to cases on complex issues in higher education leadership and policy with an equity lens.