Train your entire staff on best practices in the recruiting, hiring, and retaining of diverse faculty.
Learn how you can improve your institution’s ability to recruit, hire, and retain diverse faculty. This training is split up into three modules and covers:
Registration for this online training gives you indefinite access to the content. The content can be viewed as many times as is needed, by as many members of your faculty and staff as you want, no limits!
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to implement proven approaches for recruiting, hiring, and retaining diverse faculty.
RECRUITING DIVERSE FACULTYIn this 35-minute module, our instructor will cover best practices for establishing effective cross campus roles and optimizing the faculty search process in an effort to successfully engage and recruit diverse faculty.
HIRING DIVERSE FACULTYIn this 30-minute piece, our instructor will discuss the organization of an effective campus visit as well as proven approaches to making an employment offer.
RETAINING DIVERSE FACULTYIn this 45-minute piece, our instructor will discuss 5 intersecting principles that can lead your diverse faculty retention efforts. These strategies include actionable approaches to faculty orientation and peer mentoring, as well as tips for improving professional development.
As a member of the president's cabinet, Dr. Anderson is the college's chief diversity officer responsible for articulating and resolving current and future issues related to diversity. He is responsible for investigating complaints and mediating fair settlements between aggrieved faculty, staff, and students throughout the institution. In addition, Myron identifies campus climate trends that may assist in developing strategies to proactively promote "inclusive excellence." Since Myron assumed his position in 2007, Metro State has seen its enrollment of students of color increase by more than a third, making up 28 percent of the student body in fall 2010.
Working to improve the institution's cultural competence, Myron has led the Office of Institutional Diversity to focus on six elements: campus climate, recruitment and retention, diversity development, diversity initiatives, equity scorecard, and civic engagement. He facilitated the development and implementation of the college's diversity strategic plan and led a successful college-wide campus climate survey effort. He also develops symposia on diversity, facilitates the ongoing assessment of the campus climate, and, in cooperation with the provost's office, leads efforts to integrate diversity throughout the curriculum.
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