The Faculty for Anti-Racism and Equity (FARE) committee has been working since July to develop priorities for dismantling racism and promoting equity, enhancing representation broadly and at leadership levels for underrepresented racial and ethnic (URE) faculty across the School of Medicine (SoM). This committee was assembled via self-nomination and an application/selection process under Dean Mary E. Klotman’s leadership as part of the Moments to Movement initiative.
The FARE committee has worked to identify key targets for change and has created preliminary recommendations for the SoM in an effort to combat racism and propose more equitable solutions for faculty in the areas of: APT, Mentorship, Compensation, Resources, Leadership, Culture, Recruitment and Retention.
The committee’s process, identification of priorities and preliminary recommendations will be presented to faculty at two town halls. These town halls will include a brief presentation followed by a discussion/Q&A period. The primary goal is to engage the broader faculty community and provide an opportunity for information exchange. Faculty are able to submit comments and questions via this qualtrics survey in advance and may attend one or both of the town halls to submit feedback during the event. The survey for comments will remain open until Friday, March 5, 2021. The FARE committee will take comments into consideration while finalizing their recommendations before presenting them to SoM leadership. The FARE committee recommends you read or re-read the COST for Black Faculty Letter ahead of this meeting.
Presented by: Faculty Anti-Racism Committee - FARE Committee Members
Who should attend: School of Medicine Faculty Members
- Monday, February 22, 5:00-6:30pm, Zoom Webinar: meeting link
- Thursday, February 25, 2:00-3:30pm, Zoom Webinar: meeting link
Each town hall will cover the same information; you need only attend one. The town halls will be recorded and distributed to faculty for those who cannot attend.
Zoom Access: The Zoom Webinar link is one-click entry, however if prompted to enter a passcode or Webinar ID please use those listed below. Access to the webinar series requires authenticated access with your NetID and password. If prompted to sign in, please select to ‘Sign in with SSO’ and enter ‘duke’ when prompted for the company domain. You will be directed to log in with your NetID and password.
- Passcode: 330833
- Webinar ID: 990 2296 7986