Speed dating 2016 diversity
It’s astonishing that finalists for senior positions -- even some who list professional advancement seminars on their CVs -- have done very little thinking about their passion for the job they are interviewing for.
A few years ago, I asked a finalist why she wanted to be a provost.
Learn about the College of Medicine's 2016 activities.
During the fall, the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion hosts a community & family gathering reception to welcome all first year students and their families who have self-identified as part of the LGBTQ community.Josh Wyner, vice president and executive director of the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program, recently told a group of university presidents about the institute’s success in hiring someone to design curriculum because the candidate was asked to prepare a sample curriculum design. ) But the candidate interview will not disappear any time soon. These questions can keep candidates focused on what we really need to know. This question is designed to ascertain why candidates think they are right for the job.After years of experience in interviewing and being interviewed for campus positions, I have distilled the interview questions into the equivalent of speed dating, starting with three: Why You? Frankly, I don’t want to hear extensive details about wondrous accomplishments in their current positions, unless those achievements pertain to the job they are seeking with us.Attendance is mandatory for medical assistants, who may earn CE credit for their participation. The College of Medicine history includes our heritage as the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, the first medical school in the world for women.
The 22nd annual Diversity and Inclusion Summit will be held on campus Nov. In previous summits, sessions have principally focused on bringing awareness about diversity and inclusion topics and inspiring all of us to take action toward making a difference.
Learn more about the Marion Spencer Fay Award The Martin Luther King Day of Service in Philadelphia is the largest MLK event in the country.