Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis’ hiring guidance advises that potential hires speak, act and dress ‘in ways that authentically resonate with racially minoritized students’
A public university in Indiana’s new guidelines for inclusive hiring emphasizes equity credentials over traditional merit — and even suggests new professors should talk, dress and act “in ways that authentically resonate” with racial minorities.
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis’s Office of Academic Affairs issued a document obtained by Fox News Digital that outlines “Inclusive Faculty Search Practices” to improve hiring, advising committees should “move away from abstract conceptions of ‘merit’ and ‘fit.”
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