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BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
DIVERSITY TRAINING
GENDER
SEXUAL
CAMPUS
ETHNIC
ACTION
CLIMATE
COMMITMENT
DIVERSITY INITIATIVES
VALUES
TRAINING PROGRAMS
RESPECT
DIVERSITY PROGRAMS
DIVERSITY-RELATED
DIVERSITY WORKPLACE
RECOGNIZE
EQUITY
EFFORTS
DIVERSITY
INNOVATION
THEMES
FLAVORS
HUMAN RIGHTS
DISTRIBUTION
BREADTH
SCOPE
LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY
IMPORTANCE
OPPORTUNITY
ETHNIC DIVERSITY
WIDE VARIETY
GENUS
AUSTRALIA
DIFFERENCES
SIZE
CULTURAL DIVERSITY
INDONESIA
GUINEA
COUNTRY
STABILITY
AIM
TRADITIONS
RELIGIONS
LANGUAGES
CLASSIFICATION
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Definitions

  1. Diversity is a business imperative.
  2. Diversity is a process of acknowledging differences through action. (Web site)
  3. Diversity is a global fact and is therefore a business imperative and an opportunity.
  4. Diversity is a core component of professional practice and scholarship for College faculty.
  5. Diversity: The Real Scene raises awareness about one of the most important issues in the contemporary workplace.

Biological Diversity

  1. Ex situ conservation-the conservation of components of biological diversity outside their natural habitats. vi.
  2. NBSAP is India--s biggest planning and development process aiming at conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity. (Web site)
  3. Biodiversity or biological diversity is the variation of taxonomic life forms within a given ecosystem, biome or for the entire Earth.
  4. In other words, biotope is not macroscopic but microscopic approach to preservation of the ecosystem or biological diversity. (Web site)
  5. The Convention on Biological Diversity, which South Africa recently ratified, calls for a catalogue of our biodiversity, including ecosystems and landscapes.

Diversity Training

  1. Specialist in diversity training. Multiculturalism in the workplace.
  2. Diversity training videos and DVD's. Click on title for a full description. (Web site)
  3. In 1996, the guide listed 30 consultants under the category of crosscultural, 80 under diversity training, and 28 under multicultural training.

Gender

  1. Diversity is not just about race and gender.
  2. The war for talent is intensifying and one of the chief battlegrounds is the drive for greater gender diversity.

Sexual

  1. Diversity issues go beyond interpersonal dimensions.
  2. When I went to hear about diversity, I did not expect to hear about sexual harassment. (Web site)
  3. Diversity in this context covers gender, age, language, ethnicity, cultural background, sexual orientation, religious belief and family responsibilities.

Campus

  1. A new understanding of the value of diversity.
  2. TransGas measures our diversity progress on an ongoing basis.
  3. In 1999 and 2000 SBT took diversity awareness training company-wide.
  4. What this report to the Diversity Committee represents then is the perspective of an outsider to the campus.
  5. These assessments will be used in turn to refine the strategies used to pursue campus diversity goals. (Web site)

Ethnic

  1. Asia is a heterogeneous region, characterized by ethnic, cultural, linguistic and religious diversity.
  2. But racial and ethnic demographics do not tell the whole story of diversity. (Web site)
  3. Specific strategies for ethnic diversity are included in UWSP's Plan 2008: Phase II.

Action

  1. RFA is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity.
  2. Progress toward the goals delineated in the 1999 Diversity Action Plan has been sporadic.
  3. CCMD has developed a leadership development course entitled Diversity: Vision and Action.
  4. I'm referring to a diversity initiative that's multifaceted, not simply an Affirmative Action Plan. (Web site)
  5. In collaboration with Office of Chief Diversity Officer; ensures this strategy provides equal access to all.

Climate

  1. Creating a welcoming and supportive workplace climate that enhances diversity.
  2. Our findings indicate that perceptions of climate for diversity are related to job satisfaction.
  3. India is a land of great diversity, in its topography (the physical features of a land), climate, and population, it is a study in contrasts. (Web site)
  4. Since Ethiopia is in the tropics, physical conditions and variations in altitude have resulted in a great diversity of climate, soil, and vegetation. (Web site)
  5. The diversity of life varies predictably with climate and is greatest where it is warm and wet (the humid tropics).

Commitment

  1. DaimlerChrysler's commitment to diversity is not swayed by economic climate. (Web site)
  2. Exelon has taken significant steps to demonstrate its commitment to supplier diversity.
  3. This commitment to unity in diversity continued with the formalizing of the United Church of Christ itself.
  4. In 2000 American Express received a number of state and regional awards for its commitment to diversity. (Web site)
  5. The liberals insist that what defines Anglicanism is theological diversity, and the conservatives claim Anglicanism requires a commitment to doctrine.

Diversity Initiatives

  1. Formal mentoring programs can be sponsored by a business or function, or by a diversity initiative.
  2. Recognize the importance of embracing diversity initiatives and integrating enhanced support of workplace diversity. (Web site)
  3. For more information on EEO and diversity initiatives browse through the list of related websites below. (Web site)

Values

  1. Equity and Diversity are core values of the NTPS.
  2. Building an organisation that values and utilises diversity effectively is a continuing process.

Training Programs

  1. Awareness-based diversity training programs differ in emphases.
  2. The Diversity Series is a 4 part training series designed for managers and employees. (Web site)
  3. The diversity training program could also address all these issues combined.
  4. Diversity training will have to continue so as to prepare managers for a more diverse workforce.
  5. For the most part, employment equity and diversity training appear to be treated as "stand alone' modules.

Respect

  1. Respect for all human diversity is a fundamental value of the Libraries.
  2. This kind of diversity demonstrates respect for people from different backgrounds and encourages tolerance. (Web site)
  3. To make one nation of many islands, we respect the diversity of our cultures. (Web site)
  4. We respect the diversity of opinion in our Church over many issues. (Web site)
  5. Some (including internationalists) have concerns that a world government would need to respect the diversity of the nations or peoples it includes.

Diversity Programs

  1. Valuing and managing diversity. (Web site)
  2. The connection diversity has to innovation and wealth.
  3. HR web site has EE and Diversity component.
  4. Diversity's spirit of inclusion includes everyone.
  5. TI is as firmly committed to our diversity program as ever. (Web site)

Diversity-Related

  1. The divisions within the Libraries differed somewhat in their ratings of diversity-related issues.
  2. Overall, Library employees do not perceive that there are large diversity-related problems in the Libraries.
  3. Encourage broader participation in diversity-related academic courses at CU-Boulder to help improve multicultural understanding. (Web site)

Diversity Workplace

  1. Increase awareness of diversity in the workplace.
  2. We welcome and encourage diversity in our workplace.
  3. The Act incorporates many sections which promote diversity in the workplace.
  4. The first point that Stetson must address is a working definition of diversity.
  5. One of the most effective diversity recruitment advertisement tools is the profile advertisement. (Web site)

Recognize

  1. Recognize the benefits of cultural diversity to a modern-day workforce. (Web site)
  2. I also recognize that ignorance, insensitivity, and bigotry can turn diversity into a source of prejudice and discrimination.

Equity

  1. Applications should be forwarded or emailed to Staff Equity and Diversity - email acchrist.
  2. The committee created a set of recommendations, for the Boulder Diversity and Equity Plan, which was submitted in March 1999. (Web site)

Efforts

  1. Aerospace has won awards for its efforts in promoting diversity.
  2. That's who we are. Diversity efforts, whatever they are called, have a new importance. (Web site)
  3. In this effort, a Diversity Outreach Team was developed to help address these and other issues.

Diversity

  1. When people generally think of the web of life they think of biodiversity, the diversity of plants and animal species, ecosystems.
  2. The science of evolutionary biology is the study of the history of life and of the processes that lead to its unity and diversity.
  3. CSA supports the biodiversity of a given area and the diversity of agriculture through the preservation of small farms producing a wide variety of crops.
  4. This diversity-training program has been specifically developed for the College.

Innovation

  1. In a world with 1.5 billion Internet users (and growing), diversity, choice and innovation are key. (Web site)

Themes

  1. Despite the diversity of people and perspectives, the following themes commonly weave through definitions of sustainable agriculture. (Web site)
  2. Ecology and stewardship of genetic diversity are major themes in the Uplift books.

Flavors

  1. Despite the diversity in appearance & flavors, all tea comes from the same evergreen plant, Camellia sinensis. (Web site)
  2. The greatest diversity of flavors and types of beer can be found in Belgium, as is portrayed by its Belgian beer and lambic and other beer styles.
  3. This is the complex that gives wild blueberries their rich diversity of flavors.

Human Rights

  1. Kulanu welcomes anyone committed to promoting diversity, self-respect, and human rights, whether or not they have a personal gay or lesbian connection.

Distribution

  1. Diversity and distribution of mtDNA lineages from humpback whales on the feeding and wintering grounds of the Southern Hemisphere.
  2. On the criteria of species diversity, distribution, and sheer numbers, arthropods must be regarded as the most successful animal phylum. (Web site)

Breadth

  1. His talent reflects such breadth and diversity that he was the most cited musician in the first edition of the Penguin Guide to Recorded Jazz (1992).

Scope

  1. Given the diversity of thought within anarchism, individual archives vary in scope and breadth. (Web site)
  2. New Horizons is expressly designed to enable participants to perform a comprehensive study of the scope and diversity of approaches to distance education.
  3. The scope of their functional roles and the extent of their diversity have yet to be understood, as most fungi remain undescribed (16). (Web site)

Linguistic Diversity

  1. The linguistic diversity in this part of the world is impressive--some 1400 of the world's 7000 estimated languages are located here (Romaine 1991;620). (Web site)
  2. Because Africa is a continent with a wide range of ethnic, cultural and linguistic diversity, the music of Africa varies widely.
  3. Stoneking and Wilson (1989) comment on the homogeneity of the mitochondrial DNA patterns in coastal New Guinea in the face of linguistic diversity.

Importance

  1. The linguistic diversity among citizens of the FSM is a testament to the importance of local communities.
  2. For example, a number of commenters emphasized the importance of establishing a body that fully reflects the broad diversity of the Internet community. (Web site)
  3. This fall is also known for its importance in the field of scientific research, for it harbours a high diversity of fish. (Web site)

Opportunity

  1. Welcome to the world of Air Canada - a world of diversity and opportunity.
  2. As a result, trained microbiologists find a diversity of career paths and opportunity in medicine. (Web site)
  3. This remarkable pace of discovery presents an opportunity to revise earlier estimates of the diversity of dinosaurs.

Ethnic Diversity

  1. It may be argued that there is no "single" culture in South Africa because of its ethnic diversity.
  2. Yunnan is noted for a very high level of ethnic diversity. (Web site)
  3. Since the early 1990s, Chicago has seen a turnaround with increased ethnic diversity and many formerly abandoned neighborhoods starting to show new life.

Wide Variety

  1. Amaranthus shows a wide variety of morphological diversity among and even within certain species.

Genus

  1. The diversity in shape and colour of this genus has long fascinated botanists.
  2. The centre of diversity of the genus is in the Pamir and Hindu Kush mountains and the steppes of Kazakhstan. (Web site)
  3. They show a great range of diversity and are often diagnostic for recognition of taxa, especially at rank of genus and below.

Australia

  1. We are fortunate in Australia to have a huge array of Australian plants, mainly due to the diversity in our soil and climatic conditions. (Web site)
  2. Early history of the church shows much diversity, which resulted in many splits and the formation of many small Lutheran synods throughout Australia.
  3. These Proteaceae plants are found in several countries, although Australia and South Africa have the greatest diversity of species. (Web site)

Differences

  1. Differences among habitats in the degree of soil heterogeneity may influence the diversity of microbes that occur there and their function (Gross et al.
  2. These differences require the creation of customised marketing strategies to cater to the cultural diversity of people and places.

Size

  1. The diversity of size in breweries is matched by the diversity of processes, degrees of automation, and kinds of beer produced in breweries.
  2. It's this size and diversity that make Indonesia so fascinating.
  3. Animals show an amazing diversity of size.

Cultural Diversity

  1. Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority is an organization which prides itself on its sense of commitment to cultural diversity and strong bonds of sisterhood.
  2. Kappa Phi Lambda is an Asian-interest sorority dedicated to promote service, sisterhood and cultural diversity.
  3. It thus includes education for poverty alleviation, human rights, gender equality, cultural diversity, international understanding, peace and many more.

Indonesia

  1. In India, Indonesia and Malaysia, a tremendous diversity of colourful martial arts of various styles with ancient origins flourishes.
  2. Central Java is one of the provinces in Indonesia with cultural diversity and history that have a significant role in Indonesian history. (Web site)
  3. The combination of geographic and cultural diversity in Indonesia has resulted in one of the most unique cuisines in the world.

Guinea

  1. Myobatrachidae is endemic to Australia, New Guinea and a few small islands, however the highest diversity can be found in Australia. (Web site)
  2. Reduced Y-chromosome, but not mitochondrial DNA, diversity in human populations from West New Guinea. (Web site)
  3. New Guinea has a rich diversity of coral life and 1,200 species of fish have been found. (Web site)

Country

  1. Founded in 1966 by a group of five poets, the League now serves almost 600 members whose work reflects the regional and cultural diversity of this country.
  2. China is a country with a great diversity of religious beliefs. (Web site)
  3. Malagasy is spoken throughout the country -- something which comes as somewhat of a mystery given the size and ethnic diversity of the island.

Stability

  1. This brings us to one of the most interesting—and one of the most vexed—questions of ecology: the relationship between diversity and stability.
  2. We both believe that representative government that protects human rights and accommodates diversity is the best hope for progress and stability in Iraq.
  3. Spatial Ecology highlights the importance of space to five topical areas: stability, patterns of diversity, invasions, coexistence, and pattern generation. (Web site)

Aim

  1. The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and genetic diversity of caliciviruses among children hospitalized with symptoms of acute gastroenteritis.
  2. Its aim is to create self-maintaining & highly productive agricultural ecosystems which have the diversity, stability & resilience of natural ecosystems. (Web site)
  3. The aim of the journal is to show the importance, merit and diversity of homotopy in mathematical sciences. (Web site)

Traditions

  1. The culture, traditions, and folk practices of Trinidad and Tobago reflect the diversity of peoples. (Web site)
  2. The mosaic is symbolic of modern-day Lebanon, which is a country characterized by a diversity of cultures, traditions, and religions interwoven through time.
  3. This diversity of traditions and interpretations should be born in mind when thinking about the nature of Islamic law.

Religions

  1. China is a country with a great diversity of religions, with over 100 million followers of the various faiths.
  2. The region, situated at the crossroads of Africa, Europe and Asia, has a high diversity of cultures, countries, political systems, and religions.
  3. Like most of you, we Muslims in the Philippines want peace and unity to prevail amidst diversity of religions in our country. (Web site)

Languages

  1. One of the aims of the Institute Dayakology is to raise a new awareness about the richness in the diversity of Dayak sub-tribes and languages.
  2. A wide variety of languages are spoken in the Republic of Macedonia, reflecting its ethnic diversity.
  3. And the linguist has no other choice than to study initially the diversity of languages. (Web site)

Classification

  1. Review Human sapoviruses: genetic diversity, recombination, and classification. (Web site)
  2. The large diversity of chemical reactions makes it difficult to establish simple criteria for functional (as opposed to mechanistic) classification.

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