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What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
common goal: enriching the lives of others.

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Diversity Data on Candidate Pools

Search committee chairs are strongly encouraged to request a review of candidate pools to determine whether pools are considered diverse (based on ethnicity, gender, veteran status, and disability status disclosed) before candidates are reviewed and again after a short-list is developed. This review process is completed by the college’s full-time recruiter and while only aggregate data will be shared, the evaluation of pool diversity will be used to determine the need for additional advertising and networking.

Data On Incoming and Exiting Employees

Employee headcount reports by ethnicity and gender are monitored to measure the impact of college initiatives and to set targets and other program goals. Data will be used to monitor the population of diverse employees in the college in comparison to the University, labor market, and industry benchmarks.

College of Health and Human Development Demographics
In order to better understand where we are and how we can improve, the University maintains various demographical data on faculty, staff, and students.