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Advertising and Recruiting Resources
Oregon State University, as an institution of higher education and as a community of scholars, is committed to the elimination of discrimination and the provision of equal opportunity in education and employment.
An important part of OSU's Office of Equity and Inclusion is its effort to recruit women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans. This resource has been designed to assist departments in their efforts to recruit and employ members of underrepresented groups. Each department has been provided a copy of this document to aid them in advertising broadly to fill positions.
The Advertising and Recruiting Resources lists colleges and universities, agencies, and organizations that distribute position openings to women, persons of color, persons with disabilities and veterans. In addition to addresses and phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses and web addresses, are provided, when available.
Printing and Mailing Services maintains a list of the organizations named in this directory. Departments may order sections of the list to be used in a particular recruitment by submitting a completed Mailing Services Job order form or call 737-2967 for information.
If departments choose to send out their own position announcements, pressure sensitive labels may be ordered from Printing Mailing Services.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion is responsible for revising and updating the Advertising and Recruiting Resources. Please contact our office at 737-3556 if you have any questions or comments.
Printing and Mailing Lists
Contact Printing and Mailing Services to distribute announcement to one or more of the following three resource lists:
- List D
- State Resources for Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities, and Veterans
- List F
- Regional Resources for Women, People of Color, People with Disabilities, and Veterans
- List G
- National Resources for Women, People of Color People with Disabilities, and Veterans
- Journals/Publications (Paid Advertisement) (Excel|PDF)
- Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
- IMDiversity/The Black Collegian
- Chronicle of Higher Education – Chronicle Careers
- Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education
- Women in Higher Education
- Science Magazine
- American Association of University Women
- Diversity Web
- The Academic Network
The University of Minnesota offers an extensive (and growing) database you can query based on any or all of the following categories: (1) Occupation/field of discipline; (2) Target group; (3) Recruitment source (regional/nat'l); (4) Source fees (paid/unpaid). It also provides an alternate search by keyword. No user account or U of M affiliation is required--they provide it as a public service to anyone who is interested.
This web site is created and maintained by Rutgers University. At the beginning of the page it provides links to units within Rutgers; however, as you scroll down further, it identifies and provides contact information for a variety of web recruiting resources, and focuses on those more likely to reach possible candidates from historically underrepresented groups.
This web page provides links to general recruiting resources and resources grouped by college/disciplinary area. The resources are specifically intended to help increase the diversity of faculty pools.
This site is maintained by the Colorado State University Office of Equal Opportunity, and offers disciplinary lists of professional organizations most likely to reach faculty from historically underrepresented groups.
This National Academy of Sciences site lists information on Ford Foundation Postdoctoral fellowship recipients awarded since 1980 and Ford Foundation Predoctoral and Dissertation fellowship recipients awarded since 1986. The directory was created to serve as a resource for university officials seeking to diversify their faculty, minority students looking for mentors and role models, and scholars interested in establishing collaborative projects.
Faculty for the Future, an organization housed at Penn State University, maintains this website dedicated to linking a diverse pool fo women and under-represented minority candidates from engineering, ssciences, and business with faculty and research positions at universities across the country.
MELDI (the Multicultural Environmental Leadership Development Initiative) is a project housed at the University of Michigan's School of Natural Resources. This site offers profiles of over 200 minority environmental professionals described as having outstanding careers in an array of environmental fields. It also provides a variety of other resources organized by constituency ( job seekers, academic, students, professionals, diversity advocates, etc.)