People of Color Affinity Group

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The Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Affinity Group is committed to creating a community within the Society to connect thought leaders, senior managers, mid-career / young professionals, and students that identify as BIPOC – including Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinos and Hispanics across the globe – to enhance the recruitment, retention, and professional growth of BIPOC in the HF/E field. We welcome non-BIPOC committed to use their position to serve as advocates for improving diversity equity and inclusion for BIPOC.

AAHHE Faculty Fellowship Program - Application Deadline June 5 

05-25-2023 10:39

The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) invites nominations for its 2023-2024 AAHHE Faculty Fellowship Program (FFP). The AAHHE FFP is a six-month program with a primary goal to prepare Latina/o/x new faculty who are beyond their first year on the tenure-track for successful careers in academia and beyond and to increase the number of tenured and promoted Latina/o/x faculty. 

The AAHHE FFP aims to a) provide strategies to assist tenure-track faculty in achieving their scholarly and career goals, b) build community and network with other Latina/o/x faculty, and c) develop future leaders who are dedicated to uplifting their communities. The AAHHE FFP will run from late September 2023 to March 2024.

To be considered, applicants must: a) be a Latina/o/x faculty in a tenure-track position beyond year one by the start of the AAHHE FFP, and b) exhibit a track record of service and fem/mentoring to the Latina/o/x community.

How to Apply
For more information on how to apply for the AAHHE FFP, the selection process, program requirements, and important dates, 
please visit the program's webpage.

Please contact us with any questions at:

Thank you,
Dr. Sarah L. Rodriguez,  Associate Professor, Virginia Tech

Dr. Ignacio Hernández, Associate Professor, Fresno State

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