Texas Tech University

Ignorance is not an option: Recruiting and hiring for a faculty that legitimately values inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility

Ian Barba (Research, Instruction, and Outreach Librarian), Heidi Winkler (Digital Services Librarian), Carrye Syma (Assistant Academic Dean)

 
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Poster #FACRL14 - KEYWORDS: Library culture DEI Faculty search committees

Ignorance is not an option: Recruiting and hiring for a faculty that legitimately values inclusivity, diversity, equity, and accessibility

Ian Barba (Research, Instruction, and Outreach Librarian), Heidi Winkler (Digital Services Librarian), Carrye Syma (Assistant Academic Dean)
Texas Tech University

ABSTRACT:
Despite well-intentioned statements of commitment for diversity, academic libraries struggle to build a culture that can meet that commitment. However, faculty search committees have a significant amount of soft power to advance their institutional culture with every new hire, and they should use that power with purpose.

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