While dialogue, informed by the literature, past practices, and expertise of WSU faculty and staff, continues to be an essential element of the CEHS Diversity Committee, the members are also committed to taking action to inform and improve future practices.
The second step involved the development of a Diversity Hiring Checklist, which has been disseminated for use to all CEHS departments.
This section of the hiring checklist offers a multitude of proactive strategies that CEHS departments can use to prepare themselves for successful minority faculty searches.
At Wright State University, the College of Education and Human Services, through the efforts of the CEHS Diversity Committee is addressing these problems through ongoing dialogue and action.
The genomics revolution has contributed to the fast growth of the CEHS.
Led by CEHS deputy director Marilie Gammon, researchers examined 1,000 blood samples from newly diagnosed breast cancer patients and controls.
Lynn and her staff draw on CEHS research by Gammon, Millikan, and others to dispel that myth.
In fiscal years 2001 and 2002, recipients used $165,000 in CEHS pilot funds to garner a 22-fold return of more than $3.