New Cohort of Search Advocates 2021-22

We are pleased to welcome a new cohort of Search Advocates into our program for the 2021-22 academic year. The following individuals have been nominated and selected to join our Search Advocate program:

  • Julie Antilla, associate professor of educational leadership, School of Education
  • Jake Carlson, associate director of undergraduate programs, School of Business, Government, and Economics
  • Megan Hamshar, associate director of graduate programs, School of Education
  • Emily Huff, director of field placements, School of Education
  • Jeff Keuss, professor of Christian Ministry, Theology, and Culture, School of Theology
  • Amanda Stubbert, director of Alumni, Parent, and Family Relations, University Advancement
  • Jenny Vaydich, assistant professor of psychology, School of Psychology, Family, and Community

The new cohort will be receiving training in the month of September and throughout the year as they serve on search committees across campus. Click here to request a Search Advocate (for director-level staff searches and above, and for tenure-track faculty searches) or click here to find resources to help improve hiring practices. 

Posted: Tuesday, July 20, 2021