UNC Charlotte ADVANCE partners with The Council on University Community, The Office of Academic Budget and Personnel, Human Resources and The Office of Legal Affairs to lead faculty recruitment training. These workshops are designed to help faculty search committees share best practices to use in their searches, taking into consideration diversity strategies, so departments can conduct fair, inclusive, and effective searches, consistent with university and department goals.
Recruitment Training is a two part process, and is required of all faculty on a search committee:
The first part is an on-line session in Moodle, which covers forms, processes and other details. Search committee members will complete this on-line session each academic year they serve on a search committee. Faculty can complete this session at their own pace, at a time they choose.
The second part is the face-to-face session, which search committee members are required to have completed within the past five years PRIOR to their service on a search committee.
Several Recruitment Workshops will be offered during the spring and fall semesters. If you know you are going to be serving on a search committee during this academic year, or it has been 5 years since you received the in person training, please be sure to sign up for one of the the face to face workshops we will be offering.