Diversity Resources for ASU Faculty & Staff
There are multiple diversity resources for faculty and staff at Adams State University
- ASU Equity Retreat
- CIELO - Community for Inclusive Excellence, Leadership & Opportunity
- CIELO Connections: Faculty & Staff Mentoring Program
- Hilos Summer Institute
Dr. Brenda Allen of University of Colorado Denver has given a variety of presentations on the theme "Negotiating the Landscapes of Diversity in Higher Education" at Adams State.
Faculty/Staff Affinity Groups:
LGBTQ+ Faculty & Staff Coalition
The LGBTQ+ Faculty & Staff Coalition strives to advocate for the creation of a safe and inclusive environment at Adams State University for the self-expression of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer persons, through initiatives that celebrate and promote student support, academic prosperity and social activities.
Women in Higher Education: A Learning Community
The ASU Women in Higher Education Learning Community at Adams State University is a group of multidisciplinary faculty and staff who are committed to advancing, supporting, and advocating for women in higher education. Through a campus-wide effort to identify and address gender equity issues, this group seeks to engage in proactive networking, problem solving, and community building in order to improve the status of women on campus.
Searching for Diverse Faculty & Staff:
Guides & Rubrics
- Telephone Interview Guidelines
- On Campus Interview Rubric
- Sample Faculty Candidate Evaluation
- Teaching Evaluation
- Telephone Reference Form
Specific Academic Department Evaluation Guides
Disability Services On Campus:
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