Women in engineering actually made national news this past year. First, there was publicity on the congressional hearings surrounding Title IX and H.R. 4664, which was signed into law by President Bush in December, 2003...
These slides were presented at the 2005 PI ADVANCE meeting in Panel 2. The presentation covers the metrics that people first agreed upon in regards to increasing women in STEM, data that was collected using these metrics, and the toolkit that was developed.
This presentation covers the mentoring initiative started by New Mexico State University’s ADVANCE program. The purpose, measures, and results are included. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting.
This is the second of two “toolkits” developed to provide ADVANCE: Institutional Transformation (ADVANCE: IT) awardees with guidance on program evaluation. The first toolkit focused on the numerical indicator data that are required by the National Science Foundation on an annual basis...
This presentation reports findings from a study that examined the amount of work space allocated to male and female faculty. It was presented at the 2005 PI meeting by New Mexico State University’s ADVANCE program in Panel 2.
To help with increasing the number of women in STEM fields at the time of hire the ADVANCE program at the University of California-Irvine put together new forms and processes. This presentation was given at the 2006 PI Meeting, and includes graphs and results.
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The methods and procedures outlined in these toolkits will help you to meet the NSF reporting requirements and conduct effective program evaluations. Toolkits are available here.
The ADVANCE Implementation Mentors Network connects change leaders at ADVANCE grantee institutions to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. advanceaimnetwork.org
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. SBE-0244916, with additional support from the Clare Boothe Luce program of the Henry Luce Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or the Henry Luce Foundation.