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### IntroToDiversity2009

Course: SCM 301, Fall 2008
School: Penn State
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Introduction An to Diversity Dimensions of Diversity Subtitle: Ive a Feeling Were Not in Kansas Anymore Dr. Denise T. Ogden, PSU 1-1 EEO, AA, Diversity, Leveraging Diversity Theyre Not All The Same! Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws that prevent discrimination race religion ect Affirmative Action (AA) underpresented groups might be fav Diversity acknowledging differences Valuing And Leveraging Diversity...

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