The Three R’s: Relationships, Recruitment, & Retention

Inclusive Excellence

Part of a series of workshops on Inclusive Excellence, “The Three R’s: Relationships, Recruitment, & Retention” is a one-day conference that will take place May 16, 2017, and is open to all Notre Dame faculty. Lunch will be provided, and the agenda is below.

Attendance is free. Please register by May 1.

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Morning Schedule

*All events are in McKenna Hall.

8:00–8:30 AM: Continental Breakfast (Atrium)

8:45–9:00 AM: Opening Remarks (Auditorium)

  • Hugh Page, Vice President and Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs, Dean of the First Year of Studies, and Professor of Theology and Africana Studies

9:00–10:15 AM: First Concurrent Sessions

Workshop Descriptions for First Concurrent Sessions (74 kb PDF)

Relationships: “Pedagogues of Care: Understanding Dynamics of Marginalized Students in the Classroom”

Recruitment: “Interfolio: Achieving Faculty Search Diversity with ByCommittee”

Retention: “Re-Thinking Mentoring: Building Communities of Inclusion, Support & Accountability”

  • Mindi Thompson, National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity and Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

10:30–11:45 AM: Second Concurrent Sessions

Workshop Descriptions for Second Concurrent Sessions (75 kb PDF)

Relationships: “Inclusive Advising and Teaching: Fostering a Sense of Belonging in the First Year of College”

  • Maureen Dawson, Assistant Dean for Cultural Competency and Engagement in the First Year of Studies, Notre Dame
  • Cecilia Lucero, Academic Advisor in the First Year of Studies, Notre Dame

Recruitment: “The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC): Your Invitation to Collaborate on Diversity Outreach & Dual-Career Support”

  • Amanda Shaffer, Director of the Ohio, Western PA, and West Virginia Region, Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC)

Retention: “A Conversation on Retention”

  • Mary Galvin, William K. Warren Foundation Dean of the College of Science and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Notre Dame
  • Roger Huang, Martin J. Gillen Dean of the Mendoza College of Business and Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management, Notre Dame
  • John McGreevy, I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and Professor of History, Notre Dame

Afternoon Schedule

*All events are in McKenna Hall.

12:00–1:00 PM: Lunch (Lower Level McKenna)

1:15–2:30 PM: Third Concurrent Sessions

Workshop Descriptions for Third Concurrent Sessions (74 kb PDF)

Relationships: “Supporting Special Student Populations at Notre Dame”

  • Marc Burdell, Program Director for Low Socioeconomic Status Support, Notre Dame
  • Leonor Wangensteen, Academic Advisor in the First Year of Studies, Notre Dame

Recruitment: “Recruiting and Interviewing Faculty Candidates”

Retention: “Improving Climate Through Conversation”

  • Todd Dvorak, Faculty Affairs Specialist in the Office of Human Resources, Notre Dame
  • Eve Kelly, Leadership Rotation Program Associate, Notre Dame

2:30–2:45 PM: Closing Remarks (Auditorium)