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Achieving Equity in Faculty

Pros and Cons of Cohort Recruitment

Achieving Equity in Faculty – Pros and Cons of Cohort Recruitment (December 8, 2021)

Please join our third seminar where we will discuss the outcomes of faculty cohort recruitment programs and other evidence-based strategies for enhancing faculty diversity. The seminar will set the stage for a 2-day event in February 2022 that will delve deeper into the science behind cohort recruitment.

Achieving Equity in Faculty – Pros and Cons of Cohort Recruitment

December 8, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET (webinar)

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Moderator and Host:

Marie A. Bernard, M.D.

Marie A. Bernard, M.D.

Marie A. Bernard, M.D., is NIH Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity.
 

 

Speakers:

David A. Acosta, M.D.

David A. Acosta, M.D.

David A. Acosta, M.D., is the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, Ph.D.

Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, Ph.D.

Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, Ph.D., is the Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at The University of the South.

Michelle M. Camacho, Ph.D.

Michelle M. Camacho, Ph.D.

Michelle M. Camacho, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of San Diego.

Carla Freeman, Ph.D.

Carla Freeman, Ph.D.

Carla Freeman, Ph.D., is the Goodrich C. White Professor and Executive Associate Dean in the Emory College of Arts & Sciences at Emory University.

 

Don’t miss the follow up discussion to this seminar at the February 2022
Fostering Cohort Recruitment (FCR) Virtual Forum.
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