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Academic Affairs-Action Oriented Programs, Activities, and Plan 2001-2002, 2002-2003 Affirmative Action Awareness and Training: Academic Affairs engaged in a
 

Summary: 2/9/2009
Academic Affairs-Action Oriented Programs, Activities, and Plan 2001-2002, 2002-2003
Affirmative Action Awareness and Training: Academic Affairs engaged in a
continuous effort in 2001/to promote awareness of UCSD's EEO/AA policy. Under the
leadership of the Senior Vice Chancellor, key administrators from Academic Affairs
units met to advise and consult with staff on a number of EEO/AA issues.
The new Director of Staff HR for Academic Affairs established an HR Contact Group
(AA-HRC). The objective of this group is to provide HR representatives from each
department with information and training that will allow them to foster an environment
that promotes the UCSD Principles of Community as well as general good business
practices. In 2001/2002 this group met 8 times. Monthly training and information
sessions are scheduled for 2002-2003. Among the sessions scheduled this year are:
Sound Business Practices/Good Faith Efforts, Sensitizing the Workforce, Successful
Selection Process and Strategies. HR directors and managers are scheduled to meet
with the group to discuss affirmative action policies, issues, and strategies.
In late 2002, Director Hidalgo established an HR Advisory Group with Representatives
from each academic division as well as representatives from major programs such as
Library and Extension. This group will identify, develop, and implement strategies to
effectively inform department administrators about issues pertaining to EEO/AA and
diversity. The HR Advisory Group will meet quarterly to review relevant University

  

Source: Abagyan, Ruben - School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of California at San Diego

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine