Directories of Potential Candidates
The directories and databases listed here provide information on potential candidates for faculty appointments.
Southern Regional Education Board's On-line Scholar Directory
This directory contains over 1,700 names and information on the scholars that attended the Compact for Faculty Diversity Annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring . In addition there are some names of doctoral scholars that have attended previous Institutes as well as some graduates. The configuration of this directory allows you to perform some very basic searches. You can search by name, field of study, state, institution, year of completion of study, and graduates. The University of Rochester has access to this directory until October 2009. Please call or e-mail Maggie Cassie for the username and password.
Minority and Women Doctoral Directory
This Directory lists approximately 4,500 Black, Hispanic, American Indian, Asian and women students in nearly 80 fields in the sciences, engineering, and humanities. Each Entry contains contact information, ethnicity/citizenship, department, and areas of specialization, date of completion, dissertation title, and name and contact information of the faculty advisor. Entries are indexed by field of study. The Office of Faculty Development and Diversity purchased this complete Directory for 2008-2009. Please call or e-mail Maggie Cassie for more information.
National Minority Faculty Identification Program (NMFI)
Educational Institutions may join the NMFI program for $200. This program advertises its roster of member institutions four times a year in The Chronicle and invites candidates to submit their CV’s for consideration by member institutions. A computerized directory of the abbreviated resumes, indexed by discipline is produced four times a year. Using this directory, member institutions can request up to 25 dossiers free of charge, thereafter dossiers are $1.00 each.
Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC)
Big ten universities have cooperated in the development of two databases containing CVs from those who obtained Ph.D.s from one of the participating institutions. Cost is 25$ for each directory below.
Note: These databases have not been recently updated. They currently house data on those who completed their degrees around or before 2003.
CIC: Directory of Minority Ph.D. Candidates & Recipients
Directory contains 400 African American, Latino, Native American and Asian students who have their Ph.D. or MFA degree at a CIC university in 50 different fields in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
CIC: Directory of Women in Science And Engineering (WISE)
This directory lists women who have their Ph.D. degree at a CIC university in the fields of science, engineering, and mathematics. Each entry includes contact information, institution, department and field, dissertation title, date of degree and faculty advisor.
CIC: Opportunities for Students from Underrepresented Groups
This page lists a number of resources to help graduate students further their careers on the pathway to becoming faculty.
National Directory of Doctoral Students
This directory was compiled by the Excellence Through Diversity Program through the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE). You must become a friend of NEBHE in order to have access to the National Directory of Doctoral Students.
Faculty For The Future
This website is dedicated to linking a diverse pool of women and under-represented minority candidates from engineering, science, and business with faculty and research positions at universities across the country.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society Resume
AISES maintains a database of member resumes. National Conference Sponsors and Exhibitors are provided access to this important talent pool of STEM professionals and college students. Resumes are maintained over a one-year cycle beginning in mid-October.
Maintained by Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity. Please send your comments and suggestions to: Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity