1. Recruiting and advertising resources:
Academic Diversity Search, Inc. (ADS)
Affirmative Action Register
American Association of People with Disabilities
American Association of University Women
American Indians in Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
American Political Science Association
American Society of Women Accountants
Association for Women in Mathematics
Association for Women in Science
Black Collegian Online
CIC Directory of Minority Ph.D. Candidates & Recipients
The Committee on Institutional Cooperation
Directory of Ethnic Minority Professionals in Psychology, 4th Edition
Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Employment of Hispanic College Graduates
Equal Opportunity Journal
IMDiversity (established by Black Collegian magazine)
(African-American; Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American, Women)
McKnight Program for Minority Faculty Enhancement
Minority & Women Doctoral Directory
Minority Executive Search for Women and Minorities
National Association of Asian American Professionals
National Black MBA Association, Inc.
National Minority Faculty Identification Program
National Urban League
The Brothers of the Academy: Up and Coming Male Black Scholars
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
The Sisters of the Academy: Up and Coming Women Scholars
The Tribal Employment Newsletter
University Faculty Voice
Winds of Change (Career and Educational Resources for American Indian and Native Alaskans/Hawaiians)
Women in Higher Education
2. Circulate information about faculty positions at national and regional scholarly
3. Contact faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (see attached list of institutions).
4. Contact faculty at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU)
5. Communicate with Fordham University’s population of minority and women Ph.D.
6. Confer with Fordham University colleagues belonging to diverse groups.
7. Telephone potential candidates from diverse groups and invite them to apply for
8. Utilize all available professional occasions and events (conferences, conventions, visiting lectures and consultations) to solicit vitae from potential candidates who embrace diversity values.
9. Create postdoctoral fellowships as an enticement to women/minorities for permanent faculty positions.
10. Create a visiting scholars program or distinguished lecturer series.
11. Consider the applications of recent women and minority Ph.D. graduates from Fordham University.