The materials on this webpage are a list of policies and recommendations to incorporate affirmative action in academe.
Recommended Guidelines for Members of Affirmative Action Committee Serving on Academic Search Committees
This brochure covers topics such as nondiscrimination in searches, nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy, affirmative action obligations, and Proposition 209.
The General Committee moves that a standing committee of the faculty of the NYSCVM be formed, that this committee be called “The (Faculty) Affirmative Action Committee”, and that the committee have the following charges and membership.
This webpage outlines the AAUP’s stand on affirmative action. Links to their committee on historically black institution and scholars of color, their committee on women in the academic profession, and relevant AAUP Policies can be found here.
The mission of the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao as set forth by the Academic Senate in its Certification 2000-01-30 establishes one of the Institution’s objectives as “to affirm the criteria of ecological balance, inclusion and diversity as principles of all change in a democratic community that aspires to ...