Sept 8 and 16: Recruiting a Faculty of Excellence in the 21st Century

September 8, 3:00–4:30 p.m.
September 16, 12:00–1:30 p.m. (lunch provided)
Workshops held in the Jones Room, Woodruff Library

Explore best practices for recruiting the best faculty to Emory. Hear the latest research on how implicit associations can impact decision making. Get nuts-and-bolts advice about how to serve effectively on search committees.

Join Julie Seaman, associate professor of law, and other Emory colleagues who will share their expertise in law, neuroscience, psychology, and more during this fall workshop series.

These workshops are open to all faculty and are particularly recommended for those serving on search and appointment committees.

Julie Seaman is an associate professor at the law school, where she teaches courses and seminars in evidence, constitutional law, and freedom of speech. Her research interests include neuroscience and law, scientific evidence, hate speech, and sex discrimination. In particular, she focuses on the implications of findings in cognitive psychology, biology, and neuroscience to various legal theories and doctrines. She currently serves on the board of the Georgia Innocence Project.

Sponsored by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Office of the Provost, the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, and the Faculty Advisory Committee on Excellence and Diversity

We hope to see you there!

Lynell A. Cadray
Associate Vice Provost
Office of Equity and Inclusion & University Title IX Coordinator
Emory University
Atlanta, Ga  30320

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