Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity > Diversity Resources > Faculty > Search Process
DePaul University’s outreach efforts reflect its commitment to excellence in teaching, learning, and service. The mission and distinguishing characteristics of DePaul promote a values-based education. Among these values, diversity is a vital core component. Therefore, a proactive recruitment strategy, which ensures a diverse candidate pool, is our standard operating procedure. An aggressive recruitment approach should be conducted in order to achieve recruitment objectives as stated in DePaul's Strategic Plan: Grounded in Mission: The Plan for DePaul 2024.
Academic Affairs advertises for full-time tenure and tenure-track faculty positions in the Chronicle for Higher Education, Hispanic Outlook, Diverse Issues in Higher Education, and HERC. Additional resources are below and OIDE can send out the faculty postings to these resources.
Illinois Latino Council on Higher Education
Diversifying Higher Education Faculty
Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education
A proactive search ensures the pursuit of highly qualified candidates. Effective search committees proactively seek and attract the best candidate(s) for the position. An important component of any search should include a good faith effort to recruit women and underrepresented groups, as well as, majority candidates. As you draft the job announcement, the job description should include diversity supportive language and DePaul’s EEO statement. Some examples of diversity supportive language include: