The College of Arts & Sciences is committed to anti-racist efforts, equitable policies and practices, and the advancement of every faculty member. (See A&S Strategic Plan) Contact any member of the Equity, Engagement & Mentoring working group with questions, concerns, or ideas.
- Amber Amari, Assistant Dean, Graduate Services firstname.lastname@example.org
- Carrie Manning, Professor, Political Science email@example.com
- Dan Cox, Dean's Faculty Associate, TT Faculty Development and Review firstname.lastname@example.org
- Frank Williams, Professor, Anthropology email@example.com
- Jonathan Gayles, Chair, African American Studies firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kavita Pandit, Professor, Geosciences email@example.com
- Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey, Associate Professor, African American Studies firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lindsey Cohen, Chair, Psychology email@example.com
- Mindy Stomber, Dean's Faculty Associate, NTT Faculty Development and Review firstname.lastname@example.org
- Olga Glebova, Lecturer, Computer Science email@example.com
- Rebecca Rizzo, Principal Senior Lecturer, Mathematics and Statistics firstname.lastname@example.org
- Yi Jiang, Professor, Mathematics and Statistics email@example.com
Georgia State University is home to multiple department, college, university, and community-facing equity and anti-racism initiatives. See below for a partial list of our efforts. Click on the links to learn more.
The College of Art & Sciences uses best practices in all faculty hiring, including providing training for search committee chairs and members. The Dean's Office also trains search advocates. For information about our training and other faculty search resources, contact Associate Dean Kathryn McClymond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search Committee Chairs, find required faculty search forms HERE.
Georgia State University is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, thanks to the provost’s initiative and financial support. NCFDD has been nationally recognized for its effectiveness in supporting professional development, through on-line support for individual faculty and graduate students, cohort-based writing workshops, university-based trainings, and online resources.
As a GSU faculty member, many NCFDD resources are available to you at no charge. To explore what the NCFDD has to offer, go to www.FacultyDiversity.org, click on “become a member” and follow the prompts.
Check out the weekly Faculty Digest, sent to your GSU email, for the NCFDD "Monday Motivator."