The Role of Contributions to Diversity in Faculty Hiring and Academic Review

Friday, October 25, 2013: Hosted by UC San Diego

Our fourth Roundtable focused on the relationship of academic excellence and contributions to diversity in STEM disciplines.

 

View presentations from the Roundtable on UCTV:

Welcome and Research Context for the Day — Welcome remarks and research context for the day provided by Linda Katehi, Chancellor, UC Davis; Susan Carlson, Vice Provost for Academic Personnel, UC Office of the President; and Jeanne Ferrante, Associate Vice Chancellor, Faculty Equity, and Professor of Anthropology, UC San Diego

How Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advance Institutional Excellence (Keynote Address) — Presentation by Pradeep K. Khosla, Chancellor, UC San Diego

Using Contributions to Diversity in Hiring and Selection — Presentations by Jeffrey Remmel, Associate Dean and Faculty Equity Advisor, Physical Sciences, and Professor, Mathematics, UC San Diego; Olivia Graeve, Associate Professor, Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering, UC San Diego; and Amy Wharton, Director, College of Arts and Sciences; Professor of Sociology, Washington State University, Vancouver; and co-PI, Washington State University’s NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award

Evaluating Contributions to Diversity Statements: Case Studies  — Experiential session moderated by Jeanne Ferrante, Associate Vice Chancellor, Faculty Equity, and Professor of Anthropology, UC San Diego

UC Research and Data on Faculty Review and Advancement — Panelists presented the preliminary results of a longitudinal study of differences in advancement, pay, and persistence among STEM faculty, along with current data regarding UC faculty advancement.

Diversity, Leadership, and Teaching-Mentoring: Linking Personal Values to Disciplinary Norms Among STEM Faculty — Presentation by Mary Blair-Loy, Director of Graduate Studies, Director, Center for Research on  Gender in the Professions, and Associate Professor, Sociology, UC San Diego

Using Data to Better Understand the UC Faculty Review Process — Presentations by Marc Goulden, UC Office of the President ADVANCE PAID Evaluator, and Director, Data Initiatives, Faculty Equity and Welfare, UC Berkeley; and Matt Xavier, Data Coordinator, Academic Personnel, UC Office of the President

UC Panel and Discussion: Using Contributions to Diversity in Academic Review — Panel Discussion with Linda Bisson, Professor, Viticulture and Enology, UC Davis; Paul Garcia, Professor, Clinical Neurology, UC San Francisco; and Christina Ravelo, Professor, Physical and Biological Sciences, UC Santa Cruz