The ADVANCE-IDEI Implicit Bias Workshops for faculty aim to increase awareness of the impact of implicit bias and facilitate equitable decision-making across various processes related to faculty evaluations.
GTRI Research Faculty should register for a GTRI Implicit Bias workshop via Quest LMS. For assistance, please contact Organizational Development Manager Sarah Cockrell (email@example.com) or Course Facilitator Akida Nurse (Akida.Nurse@gtri.gatech.edu).
Pursuant to Provost McLaughlin’s July 2021 memo to academic leaders, all faculty who serve on reappointment, promotion, and/or tenure committees, and faculty search committees are required to participate in an implicit bias workshop.
In addition, beginning this year, faculty participating in search and evaluation processes should refresh their implicit bias training every three years at a minimum. If you participated in an implicit bias workshop within the past three years (Fall 2019-Spring 2022), you are exempt from this requirement until Spring 2023 at the earliest (depending upon the semester and year of previous training). If you have not participated in an implicit bias workshop since Spring 2019, you are now due to retake it.
We invite you to register to participate in one of six workshops scheduled this fall. All workshops will be held from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Space is limited and registration is required to attend:
- Wednesday, August 10 -
- Tuesday, August 30 -
- Wednesday, September 7
- Thursday, September 22
- Monday, September 26
- Friday, October 14
*Space is limited so we encourage participants to register early.*
As a participant in the workshop, you will learn the following:
An introduction to the concept of implicit bias and how these unconscious, automatic mental processes may impact behaviors such as evaluating candidates during faculty search and/or RPT processes
Empirical research on vitae, letters of recommendations, and teaching evaluations to illustrate the impact of implicit bias on decisions
Effective practices and strategies for faculty search and RPT committees.
School of Public Policy
Senior Associate Chair and Professor
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Vice Provost for Faculty
Georgia Tech Research Institute
We also offer implicit bias workshops throughout the year for academic, research faculty, and staff. These workshops will focus on bias in workplace dynamics, as well as processes like searches, hiring, and promotion. Details and Fall semester dates for these workshops can be found here.
Questions about workshops?
Contact Diley Hernández, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about registration?
Contact Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at email@example.com.