Having faculty search committee members sign a confidentiality agreement is a recommended best practice, not a UNM requirement. The hiring officer can opt to require a signed statement as part of serving on a faculty search committee. The signed agreements should be kept by the department as part of the search process records. See the […] Read More
Advance at UNM Resources
Advance at UNM has created a list of guidelines for search committees to follow in order to avoid bias during the hiring process. To download the guide, click here.
Advance at UNM has developed talking points for members of search committees to use during candidate interviews and visits to help highlight all of Albuquerque’s positive aspects. Download the guide here. recruitment_ABQ_talkingpoints
Do you have questions about UNM policies? Understanding and interpreting university policy can be tricky if you don’t know where to start. To help, we’ve put together this guide of faculty policies, which you can also download here. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Found it but aren’t sure how to interpret it? In general, […] Read More
We’ve compiled some research about how students evaluate faculty in STEM disciplines. See how data generated by student evaluations are subject to gender- and race-related biases in our brief literature review. Download the guide here.
We’ve developed a protocol for working with candidates when they visit Albuquerque. Download the guide here.
The literature on letters of recommendation for faculty candidates suggests that there are substantive differences between letters written for male candidates and those written for women. This document summarizes the findings from that literature. Keeping these issues in mind when writing and reading letters of recommendation may help to reduce some of the gender bias […] Read More