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Colorado School Honored For Diversity Efforts

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO  -- University of the Rockies, a graduate school specializing in psychology programs at the master's and doctoral levels, has received an Award of Excellence in the Profiles In Diversity Seventh Annual 2010 International Innovation in Diversity Awards.

The annual awards honor corporations, organizations and institutions that have developed innovative solutions that offer measurable outcomes in the area of workforce diversity and inclusion. A summary of award-winning innovations will appear in the magazine's July/August issue.

University of the Rockies is being recognized for its "Imagine the Possibilities -- Measure The Outcomes" multi-faceted effort to engage administrators, faculty and students about what it means to be a world-class center of excellence in diversity management. It is the only higher learning institution recognized among this year's International Innovation award recipients.

"At University of the Rockies, diversity is more than just our mission statement -- it is who we are," Dr. Charlita Shelton, president of the university, said. "Being recognized for our innovation is an amazing honor."

About University of the Rockies

University of the Rockies is a graduate school specializing in master's and doctorate degree programs in psychology. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools classes are offered online and at the University's Colorado Springs, Colorado, campus.



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