Interviews Held February 21 – 23, 2022

Virtual Recruitment EVENT

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 

Recruiting faculty from diverse backgrounds to ensure an institution is inclusive and representative of the students it serves is an important goal. DIVERSITY in Ed connects qualified educators of color and diverse backgrounds with faculty positions of colleges and universities of their choice.

Job Titles — Administrative, Faculty, and Executive

Locations — In-Person and Online/Remote Colleges & Universities Nationwide

Schools — Four Year Institutions and Two-Year Institutions

Job Types — Part-time, Full-time, Fellowship and Contract

Salaries — $30k — $200k

some of Our 2021

College & University Partners

This list includes the colleges and universities that participated in the October 2021 Virtual Recruitment Fair.

What Our Higher-Ed Partners Are Saying

Dr. Scott Glenn

Dr. Scott Glenn

Assistant Professor of Business and Graduate Studies, Goldey-Beacom College

“It is with sincere enthusiasm that I will profoundly serve as the Chairperson of Diversity Recruitment Partners Advisory Board. The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of all people in this diverse world is a key concept and vision for all walks of life not just in America, but globally! DIVERSITY in Ed continues to emphasize this by creating sound possibilities for people of color and all stakeholders in academia from k-12 through postsecondary education.”

Dr. Joshua Cole

Dr. Joshua Cole

Executive Director of Strategic Engagement, School of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University

“Diversity in Ed is the catalyst for bridging the higher education pre-service world to the classroom job opportunities for our future teachers. During this time, when collaboration is critical to the advancement of our education system, Diversity in Ed provides the resources, support and opportunities for educators to maximize their time and effort to focus on building a culturally competent workforce. Diversity in Ed is a go-to for any recruitment effort and diversity enhancement strategy!”

Dr. Michael Cronin

Dr. Michael Cronin

Associate Chair of Faculty Affairs, Associate Professor of Japanese Studies, College of William & Mary

“I write to share the news that our program’s proposal for a BA degree program in Japanese Studies at the College of William & Mary has been approved and to thank you for your invaluable support, which helped to make this possible… Diversity in Ed is precisely the sort of authoritative voice we needed to help make our case, and your letter made it so persuasively—we couldn’t have done it without you!”