Faculty Recruitment and Retention Journal Club

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About

In years past, the Journal Club had focused on reviewing readings to increase the recruitment and retention of historically disenfranchised populations in STEM disciplines. But now, the Journal Club has been opened to include all disciplines. These virtual meetings will focus on readings about best practices and research on faculty recruitment and mentoring, as well as other related topics. Journal Club leaders will engage attendees in a discussion about the reading during any one of the monthly meeting dates.

**All meetings will take place from noon to 1 p.m.

Register for Upcoming Meetings


Fall 2022 Journal Club Meetings

Thursday, October 20

Host: Gelise Thomas, Assistant Director, Strategic DEI & Health Disparities, Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative, School of Medicine
Selected Reading: Health Equity Tourism: Ravaging the Justice Landscape
Recording: View the Oct. 20 Recording

Wednesday, November 9

**Note: This event was canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

Host: Fey Parrill, Professor, Department of Cognitive Science, College of Arts and Sciences
Selected Reading: Should social scientists be distanced from or engaged with the people they study?

Wednesday, December 14

Host(s): Brian Gran, Professor, Department of Sociology, College of Arts and Sciences
Erin Lamb, Faculty Lead, Humanities Pathway; Associate Professor, Department of Bioethics; Co-Director, Undergraduate Bioethics Program; and Carl F. Asseff MD, MBA, JD, Designated Professor in Medical Humanities, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine
Anne Bryden, Director of Clinical Trials and Research, Institute for Functional Restoration
Julia Knopes, Research Scientist and Adjunct Instructor, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine
Selected Reading: The economic argument for hiring people with disabilities


Spring 2023 Journal Club Meetings

  • Wednesday, January 18
  • Thursday, February 23
  • Thursday, March 23
  • Thursday, April 20

Apply to Lead these Meetings