"Medical schools should pay close attention to this book, especially the discussion of how to remove cognitive errors that can contaminate personnel evaluations and thwart faculty diversity."
Joseph Hopkins, M.D., Clinical Professor, Stanford School of Medicine and Director of Stanford Leadership Development Program.
"Legal counsel for higher education institutionsas well as diversity officers and faculty developers within law and other professional schoolswill profit from using this engagingly written guide from an expert."
Jonathan Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Rutgers University.
"This is a must read! The author’s truth-telling and practical advice are important for community colleges, research universities, and in fact any research lab or educational institution."
Kyrsis Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor of Science, Roxbury Community College.
"Dr. Moody’s depth of experience and use of up-to-date research are evident in every chapter. Highly recommended for liberal arts campuses, faculty reading circles, ‘difficult dialogues’ series, and presidents’ and provosts’ cabinets."
Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., President, Spelman College and formerly Dean and Acting President at Mt. Holyoke College.
"Academic leaders including campus presidents, provosts, deans, department chairs, search and tenure/promotion committees, diversity councils, and chief diversity officers can greatly impact the diversification of faculty if they heed what Dr. Moody has to say."
Jozi De Leon, Ph.D., Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, University of New Mexico.