Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Fellows Program

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Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Fellows Program

The Office of the Provost, Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Initiatives, the Office of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence, and the Office of Leadership and Organizational Development
September 25, 2018

The HSI Fellows Program serves to strategically further the scope and depth of work around our HSI designation and provide a venue for community-building and career development for faculty and staff through a project-based leadership experience, mentoring and coaching, and a series of targeted workshops. As we seek to serve students from diverse backgrounds, particularly Hispanic undergraduate and graduate students, the HSI Fellows Program serves as one of many strategies for strengthening our institutional capacity and exceeding the federal criteria required to be a designated Hispanic Serving Institution.

The HSI Fellows Program will provide a project-based leadership opportunity for 10 thought and action leaders, including junior and mid-career faculty, academic and administrative heads, program directors, and individuals identified as emerging leaders. Faculty and staff from all backgrounds are invited to apply.

This program is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and supported by Marla A. Franco, Assistant Vice Provost for HSI Initiatives, the Office of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence, and the Office of Leadership and Organizational Development.

Applications are due by Monday, October 8. 

Please view the attachment for full program details and click here to access the online application.

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