Campus Workshops

Faculty Selection Committee Diversity Training

Topics include:

Focusing Composition of the Selection Committee

The "3/3/5" Method of Candidates Evaluation

Implementing the Diversity Goals of the Committee

Creating Faculty Descriptions 

Structuring Campus Interviews to Preserve Inclusion​


3-Hour: $4,800

5-Hour: $8,000*

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Strategies in Minority Faculty/Staff Recruitment

Topics include:

Building HBCU/HSI Faculty/Staff Applicant Feeders

Creating Effective Job Descriptions 

Developing Diversity Statements

Addressing Unconscious Bias

Creating Marketing Materials 

Finding External Funding for Diverse Recruitment


3-Hour: $4,800

5-Hour: $8,000*

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Diversity Awareness Training for Colleges and Universities

Topics include:​

Developing a Progressive Diversity Infrastructure
Enhancing Cultural Outreach with Students, Faculty and Staff

Evaluating Stereotypes and the Impact on Awareness

Strategies in Partnering with Campus and Local Community Organizations 

Making Your Commitment Visible on Campus

Applying Anti-Unconscious Bias Policies and Procedures


2-Hours: $3,200

Strategies in Recruiting Graduate Minority Students

Topics include:


Building Applicant Feeders with HBCUs and HSIs

Developing Digital Publications for Diverse Candidates

Exploring Government Funding for Initiatives

Connecting with Minority Professional/Academic Associations

Converting Admits to Enrolled Students (Retention Yield)


3-Hour: $4,800

5-Hour: $8,000*

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"Your presentation was excellent – really helped me orient my thinking in the direction of how to appeal to candidates and gave me more helpful suggestions than many other such workshops I’ve attended."

-Washington College

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Strategies in Recruiting Minority Faculty and Staff

International Campus Workshops

Recruiting Faculty/Administrators from the United States

These workshops are aimed at providing strategies to international universities who are interested in locating and recruiting qualified faculty, staff or administrators. 

Topics of discussion include:

•Creating "Feeder" programs with U.S. colleges and universities

•Implementing relationships with U.S. professional and academic associations

•Creating effective recruitment publications

Preparing International Students for Their Study Abroad Experience

Topics of discussion include: 

•Establishing international student support networks

•Developing incentive programs with abroad colleges and universities

•Coordinating departmental support with abroad institutions

•Supporting internal/external activities for student development

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