“Implicit Bias” Workshops for Non-tenure track faculty and staff
This workshop is geared towards research faculty, instructional faculty, academic professionals, and other staff members serving on search, hiring, and promotion committees. The goal of these workshops is to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and to facilitate equitable decision-making.
As a participant in the workshop, you will learn the following:
- Awareness of implicit bias and how these unconscious, automatic mental processes impact behaviors such as evaluating candidates during search and promotion processes.
- Empirical research on curriculum vitaes and letters of recommendation to illustrate the impact of implicit bias on decision making.
- Best practices for mitigating implicit bias on search and promotion committees.
Please see below to register for a virtual Fall 2021 workshop:
- 11 am - 12:30 pm, Tuesday, September 14th - FULL CAPACITY
- 12 pm - 1:30 pm, Wednesday, September 29th - FULL CAPACITY
- 11 am - 12:30 pm, Tuesday, October 19th - REGISTER HERE
- 12 pm - 1:30 pm, Wednesday, November 10th - FULL CAPACITY
- 11 am - 12:30 pm, Thursday, December 2nd - REGISTER HERE
*Spaces for the workshops are limited. Once capacity is reached, the registration form will automatically close and not accept any additional submissions.*
These workshops will be held virtually by Tia Jackson-Truitt, Ph.D., Director of Diversity and Inclusion Education and Training.
NOTE: These workshops are specifically designed for non-tenure-track faculty and staff serving on search, hiring, and promotion processes. For more information about implicit bias workshops required for tenured and tenure-track faculty serving on search, retention, promotion, and tenure committees, click here.