Dual Career Network
In keeping with the University's commitment to recruit and retain highly qualified faculty and staff, the Dual Career Network program provides assistance to partners of faculty and staff members who are seeking employment. This assistance is primarily in the form of information, referrals, and networking and may include:
- Discussing career goals and interests, salary expectations, willingness to travel
- Providing information about employment opportunities on campus and in the community
The Office of the Provost works collaboratively with deans and department/unit heads on referrals they submit regarding dual career situations.
For more information contact Tanya González, Interim Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness, Anderson Hall 108, 532-4797.