UC San Diego to Stand Against Thought Criminals in New Faculty Hiring

     To you want to teach and do research at the University of California, San Diego?

     If you’re not woke, then the University wants you to know you’d better become woke…

     From the University’s recruitment page:

“All candidates applying for faculty appointments at UC San Diego are required to submit a personal statement on their contributions to diversity. The purpose of the statement is to identify candidates who have the professional skills, experience, and/or willingness to engage in activities that will advance our campus diversity and equity goals.

“In accordance with APM 210-1-d, ‘these contributions to diversity and equal opportunity can take a variety of forms including efforts to advance equitable access to education, public service that addresses the needs of California’s diverse population, or research in a scholar’s area of expertise that highlights inequalities.'”

Meanwhile, at UCSD…

     Hat Tip: Prof. Bainsbridge.


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6 Responses to UC San Diego to Stand Against Thought Criminals in New Faculty Hiring

  1. avatar holygoat says:

    I wonder how this would fly:

    “My contribution to diversity as UCSD would be in the area of ideological diversity. As a conservative, I would expose UCSD students to a political worldview that they are unlikely to encounter anywhere else on campus. Thank you.”

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  3. avatar Chairman LMAO says:

    OK, so UCSD is now adding an ideological purity test to their hiring process.

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  5. avatar Bubba Gump says:

    To be honest, this doesn’t seem that unusual to me. As a mere college applicant at a politically-moderate school in the South, I was required to respond to an essay prompt regarding diversity on my application 15 years ago.

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