The Minority Advisory Council (MAC) was re-established in the winter of 2004 to advise Yale President Richard C. Levin on issues relating to the welfare of minority groups at Yale. The Council, comprised of students, faculty and staff, is chaired by Drew Days, Alfred M. Rankin Professor of Law.
MAC operates like all other committees appointed by the President: it is not a policy-making body. It serves as an advisory council that can bring very specific recommendations to the attention of the President, but the Council does not set policy.
Throughout the year, sub-committees will address the priorities listed below. MAC will post periodic updates from its meetings on this Web site. Please contact MAC chair, Professor Drew Days at firstname.lastname@example.org with particular concerns or questions.
Yale University has long been committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty in all parts of the institution, recognizing the scholarly and intellectual importance of diversity to both its teaching and research missions... Read more about this initiative here: "An Initiative to Enhance Faculty Diversity within the Faculty of Arts and Science" by Richard C. Levin and Andrew D. Hamilton