Equitable Practices for Faculty Career Progression

While society has evolved in many areas, there has been a lack of transformation in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging across many sectors including higher education. This has resulted in the under-representation of some groups within disciplines, a lack of recognition and reduced career progression opportunities.

Many higher education institutions are striving to implement more equitable systems to support faculty and students alike.

In this webinar learn how two different institutions, London Business School and Carnegie Mellon University, have established consistent, equitable practices for faculty career progression, monitoring of diversity data and trends, and taking action based on this information. They will elaborate on:

– The value of reliable data insights
– The importance of transparency, trust and recognition in faculty evaluation processes
– Why higher education institutions need equitable foundations for strategic impact

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