This presentation from the Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence (STRIDE) Committee at the University of Michigan describes the approach UMich has taken to maximize the chances of diverse, well-qualified candidates being identified and selected for faculty positions. It details the evolution of the policy, recommended practices and some outcomes observed over the years.
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This Handbook for Faculty Searches and Hiring from the University of Michigan provides guidelines for a comprehensive new faculty search and hiring process, with particular attention paid to concrete actions that can meet the University’s need for excellence with its desire for inclusiveness.
This job advert provides an example of a statement on open science that the University…
In this presentation, a representative from University of Oregon describes the approach that the Department…
This modification of guidelines at Indiana-Purdue University added a DEI-focused case to the existing “balanced case” framework to better recognize and reward faculty efforts to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion.
In this news item, the University of Michigan describes the STRIDE Committee (‘Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence’) which is an initiative to provide information, advice and workshops on practices that will likely maximize the chances of diverse, well-qualified candidates being identified and selected for faculty positions.
This article describes IUPUI’s institutional steps towards rewarding open access scholarship in the promotion and tenure process.
This document outlines updated criteria to assess staff contributions in the area of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and open access, introduced to better reward these efforts in promotion, tenure-track and merit assessments at Indiana University. It also mentions such qualities like interrelated activities and accomplishments; independence, innovation, and initiative; teamwork, as areas to be considered in these evaluations.
Indiana University has created guidelines for promotion and tenure dossiers. This guide outlines many different parameters for the preparation of promotion and/or tenure including a wide variety of criteria to assist in these deliberations.