The authors provide three case examples modeling the implementation of the Diversity agenda in a school of education within a private Christian university. The second article in a series, the case studies demonstrate contextual application of confronting privilege as it manifests itself in a seemingly homogeneous environment. As the authors document programmatic, personal, and pedagogical methods informed by principles of social justice and equity, the intent is to move beyond cosmetic compliance with accreditation obligations towards a metabolized second order change within students and faculty.
Samek, Linda L.; Berardi, Anna A.; Dee, Amy Lynn; Espinor, Debra S.; Morton, Brenda M.; Bearden, Stephen R.; Song, Steve; and White, Waneen Aden, "From Cosmetic to Metabolized Change: Promoting Paradigm Shifts in a Dominant Culture University" (2013). Faculty Publications - College of Education. 29.