Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI): Where Does the Ombuds Fit?
How might an ombudsperson respond to an equity concern? Using a real-to-life case study about student / faculty conflict brought to a university ombudsperson, we consider the value of a fairness lens that an ombuds can bring to EDI ethical discussions.
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