Provost's Advisory Council for the Enhancement of Faculty Diversity
The Provost's Advisory Council for the Enhancement of Faculty Diversity was established to attract, develop, advance, and retain outstanding scholars from historically underrepresented groups. Members are senior faculty from across the University who serve two-year, renewable terms. The Council meets on a quarterly basis, and advises the Provost on a myriad of faculty initiatives, publications, recruitments, and awards.
- University Climate
- Inclusive Faculty Pathways
- Metrics and Evaluation
Advisory Council members are key reviewers in target-of-opportunity and cluster hire faculty recruitments, Junior and Mid-Career faculty grants, faculty seed grant proposals, and Faculty Mentoring and Service Awards.
"The Council not only works to address the needs and challenges of university life, but also to empower faculty to confront systemic racism, sexism, homo-, bi-, and trans-phobia in society. Our scientific and scholarly work can illuminate these intersecting oppressions and forge new ways to address them, contributing to a more just society."