Implicit Bias Workshops
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Implicit Bias in the Search Process
Implicit Bias in the Search process is a workshop developed by the University of Minnesota System’s Office of Equity and Diversity. There is a workshop related to bias in the staff search process as well as one specific to faculty searches. They are free of charge and open to all faculty and staff on all campuses of the University of Minnesota.
Identifying And Challenging Implicit Bias in Staff Search Committees
Departments across the University of Minnesota regularly hire new staff. The university is committed to increasing diversity among its staff, and this includes hiring staff of color, people who identify as women, people with disabilities, and veterans in disciplines where they are underrepresented. The presence of implicit bias in staff searches can inhibit this goal. This workshop will expose participants to the breadth of implicit bias research and will help them recognize shorts cuts that are the result of unconscious or unexamined bias. Participants will learn best practices and resources for addressing implicit bias in the context of staff search committees and hires made by individual supervisors. Faculty and staff participants of departmental search processes are invited to participate in this workshop.
Implicit Bias in the Faculty Search Process
Monday, March 26, 2018
10:00 - 11:30 A.M.
Open to any staff or faculty serving on STAFF search committees. There is a similar but separate training for the faculty search process
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The training name is: Identifying and Challenging Implicit Bias in the Staff Search Process
Be sure to choose the course for Duluth!