Faculty & Staff
The Division of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion promotes multi-cultural awareness through educational collaborations with faculty and staff to train students for ethical leadership for a diverse and globally competitive workforce.
Faculty Search Committee Training
In Spring 2019, the Office of Institutional Diversity began offering a voluntary half-day Faculty Search Committee Workshop for all faculty search committee members. Unfortunately, due to precautions taken to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the workshops have temporarily been suspended.
In place of the half-day workshop, OID has put together an online Faculty Search Committee training video featuring Graduate School Dean Mark Sheridan addressing issues of inherent bias and Associate Dean of the Honors College Dr. Aliza Wong discussing Group and Power Dynamics in the Faculty Hiring Process.
The training video is accessible on HR's new training website, Cornerstone, and can be found here – under the "Faculty Search Committee Training" tab.
The training lasts approximately 30 minutes.
If you have any questions, please contact Paul Ruiz, Lead Administrator, at email@example.com or at (806) 834-5415.
Faculty Search Resources
If you have diverse candidates visiting TTU and they wish to meet with our affinity groups of faculty and/or students (i.e., Women's & Gender Studies, Black faculty/students, Hispanic faculty/students, Asian faculty/students, LGBTQIA faculty/students, Native American faculty/students) please reach out to the Division of Diversity at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
We are excited to partner with the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
as an Institutional Member to provide professional development resources and support
to our faculty. Click the "Activate My Membership" button above to claim your membership!
How to Get Involved
Mentor a Student
Mentor Tech mentors are Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Science
Center faculty members, staff members, and graduate students who are committed to
helping students in the transition to the university setting, as well as reaching
their academic and professional goals.