Register now for Winter and Spring search advocate workshops. Search advocates are external members of search committees who serve as process advisers to advance diversity, validity, and equity in OSU search and selection. You can become a search advocate by completing the foundational two-part workshop series. Topics include current research, theory, and practical strategies to help search committee members test their thinking, address complex process concerns, improve search validity and equity, understand and promote diversity, mitigate conflicts of interest, and anticipate/help address a variety of potential bias risks. For more information, seehttp://searchadvocate.oregonstate.edu or contact Anne Gillies.