About Learning and Development Program
The Coaching for Inclusive Excellence Learning and Development Program is offered as a way of supporting our local academic units in their efforts to recruit, hire and retain a diverse faculty. The courses listed below can also be offered to meet the needs of individual LAUs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule any of these courses for your unit.
Coaching For Inclusive Excellence, I: Strategies for Diverse Recruitment
Exclusively focuses on providing colleges/schools, LAUs and faculty effective tools and strategies to enhance the diversity of their applicant pools.
|Monday, September 19||11am-12pm||Registration required|
|Tuesday, October 10||2pm-3pm||Registration required|
Coaching For Inclusive Excellence, II: Strategies for Diverse Hiring
Based on University of Michigan’s STRIDE (Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence), this course focuses on how to write a non-biased job announcement, review applications, shortlist applicants, interview initial shortlisted candidates, plan/manage the campus visit, and final review of candidates who go through campus interview process. It also presents research about implicit bias and mitigating its effects.
|Wednesday, September 21||9am-10:30am||Registration required|
|Thursday, October 20||9am-10:30am||Registration required|
Coaching For Inclusive Excellence, III: Equitable Evaluation of RPT Dossiers
Based on University of Michigan’s STRIDE (Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence), this course focuses on how certain criteria effectively exclude certain faculty; the role of schemas and implicit bias in the review of a candidate’s performance; and bias in a variety of domains (e.g., the grants application process, student evaluations, evaluation letters). The program addresses how the accumulation of these issues creates advantages and disadvantages among certain groups of faculty. Finally, it presents research on how parental or other types of leave can negatively impact the evaluation of faculty members.
|Friday, September 23||12pm-1:30pm||Registration required|
|Monday, October 24||10am-11:30am||Registration required|