This doesn’t sound Orwellian at all, does it?

The Gazette reports.

Iowa State University building equality, diversity team

Iowa State University will debut a new equal opportunity director next month, marking its second administrative hire under the diversity and inclusion umbrella since fall.

Margo Foreman, associate director of the Office of Equal Opportunity at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, will begin her work at Iowa State on April 25 managing equal opportunity, affirmative action, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct programs.

She also will serve as the university’s Title IX coordinator. Her appointment follows that of Reginald Stewart, who in December started as Iowa State’s vice president for diversity and inclusion — a new position created in response to recommendations from a 2014 study of ISU diversity programs.

Stewart, who had been serving as inaugural chief diversity officer at the University of Nevada, started on the job Dec. 1 after the Board of Regents approved his appointment Oct. 22. In the new role, he is advising senior leadership on diversity planning efforts; developing initiatives to increase institutional diversity through recruitment and retention of faculty, staff, and students; and advocating for diversity, equity, and inclusion.