Carolina Conversations: Weaving a Sense of Belonging in the Search Committee Process

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

4:30 PM

6:00 PM

Freedom Forum Conference Center, Carroll Hall, Room 305

Have you served, been asked to serve or hope to serve on a search committee? Do you want to know the unwittingly cognitive errors that individuals serving on search committees sometimes make that can have an unintentional impact on this valuable recruitment committee as it does the work of vetting candidates for positions on behalf of the University? Then join us for the first Carolina Conversation of 2019, so you will be ready when the call of service comes to you.


Facilitator: Professor G. Rumay Alexander, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer, Diversity & Inclusion; Professor, School of Nursing; Chairperson, Faculty Governance Diversity and Community Committee

Sponsored by: the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion

All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the discussion. Refreshments will be served.

Learn more at go.unc.edu/carolinaconversations

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