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Recruitment

Metropolitan State University of Denver strives to diversify their employees. The following websites provide focused recruitment efforts.

 

The PhD Project (See instructions below)

The National Registry of Diverse and Strategic Faculty  (See instructions below)

Jobs-Campus Compact

HBCU

Women's Colleges and Universities

Native American Colleges and Universities

Organizations Useful for the Recruitment of Diverse Applicants

Electronic Recruiting Resources

Publications Addressing Diverse Populations

Academic Diversity Search

An Online Guide to Graduate Schools

 

TOP DOCTORATE PRODUCERS:

Top 100 Graduate Degree Producers 2015

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Doctoral Scholars Program Directory

AGEP - Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate

 

INTERESTING WEBSITES:

Women in Higher Education

Business & Professional Women's Foundation

Asian/Pacific American Society of New Orleans

Feminist Majority Foundation

American Public Health Association

Consortium for Faculty Diversity at Liberal Arts Colleges

AAUP Resources on Diversity and Affirmative Action

NWLC Resources regarding Parenting/Pregnancy and Title IX Discrimination Website

NWLC Resources regarding Parenting/Pregnancy & TitleIX Discrimination Fact Sheet

AAUW: Breaking through Barriers for Women and Girls

 

Access The PhD Project Network

Contact PhD Project members and conference applicants directly to recruit, and share information about your university’s programs and offerings.

  • The PhD Project Directory lists all of our Faculty and Doctoral Student members by university and includes their direct email addresses. Click here to access our Member Directory.
  • The PhD Project Conference Application Database consists of close to 1,000 applications received for this year’s annual conference, and indicates whether or not these individuals have been invited to attend the conference. To access this database (those who may be considering business doctoral studies, and many who do not have advanced degrees and might be potential MBA candidates). 

 

The National Registry of Diverse & Strategic Faculty  (The Registry)-www.theregistry.ttu.edu   -  The Registry is intended to be the singular resource for tenure track/academic ladder faculty members from underrepresented groups and for institutions of higher education seeking to hire highly accomplished and qualified candidates for open faculty positions.

As the only database of diverse and strategic faculty candidates supported by a major university, The Registry strives to provide the most diverse and qualified pool of faculty candidates to colleges and universities around the country.   

In order to access the directory go to www.the registry.ttu.edu (make this link live)

  • Click on “Institution Login” page
  • Click on New User
  • Enter all required fields and click finished
  • Once you have registered, please log out
  • Go to column on the left and click Institution login
  • Log back in by using your name and password
  • You can now view candidates, post jobs and create alerts.

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