Diversity Dimentia

by Lee Shainen HAVE YOU EVER participated in a hiring process that was disbanded for lack of a diverse candidate pool? I have. It is enormously frustrating for everyone involved. The bad taste of this experience led me to volunteer to serve on an ad-hoc committee appointed to review hiring procedures at my college. However, it turned out that the committee’s primary goal was to recommend ways to increase faculty diversity. I managed to keep my cool and stayed with it until completion. It was, as they say, educational. After many months, I was pleased to see the committee’s definition of […]
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