Faculty Hiring Manual
The Faculty Hiring Manual contains information regarding the search process from allocations through hire completion. It also contains recruitment resources and sample language for search documents and candidate communications.
Request for New Tenure-Track Position Form
Research shows that implicit bias--unconsciously held assumptions or schemas that impact an evaluator's interpretation of data--impacts faculty hiring and evaluation. Search committees are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the following research on implicit bias and to identify steps they can take to address implicit bias in their review of applicants.
CSU training for Implicit Bias: To complete implicit bias training, please log in to CSU Skillport and enter “Searches
and Recruitment in the CSU: Module 1” in the search bar at the top right of the menu
Reviewing Applicants: Research on Bias and Assumptions, by the Women in Science and Engineering
Leadership Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Building on Inclusive Excellence Hiring Program
The Building on Inclusive Excellence Hiring Program allocates additional tenure-track faculty hires for candidates who meet criteria aligned with SDSU’s campus commitment to diversity. This program has been developed by the strategic plan working group on the Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Faculty, reviewed and approved by the Senate committees on Faculty Affairs, Diversity, Equity, and Outreach, Academic Policy and Planning, and Academic Resources and Planning, and authorized by the Provost.