Lunches are a great opportunity to network and focus on a specific topic of interest to the group. The links on this webpage focus on the different types of lunches offered and the topics that are covered.
This document covers the questions and their answers. An example is, "How do you get continued buy-in with previous, current and new administrations? And how do you keep it?"
In addition to orienting women faculty to Project PACE, the luncheons allow women scientists at UM-Missoula to form an academic community and network with one another, as well as learn about research endeavors of fellow UM women scientists.
This webpage shows seven series of lunches, their dates, and the topics with abstract.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has set up a mentoring program for pre-tenure women. This program also provides a mentoring luncheon, an annual reception, and a conversation series. Information and the application is provided on this website.
The Women in Science Lunches and Breakfasts are designed to help build collaboration and a sense of community among women science faculty at The University of Montana-Missoula.
This lunchtime workshop featured presentations and comments by Candace Oviatt, Professor of Oceanography, Art Gold, Professor of Natural Resources Science, and Faye Boudreaux-Bartels, Professor and Chair of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering.
On Friday, October 17, 2008, ADVANCE sponsored a Faculty Mentor Lunch Workshop at the UClub. Faye Boudreaux-Bartels Professor and Chair, Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering and Barb Silver, Director of the ADVANCE Program, facilitated the workshop. About 20 of us enjoyed lunch...
Summary of Work-Life Summit
The ADVANCEing Faculty Program sponsors monthly Faculty Lunches at the Ropp Center on campus. The goal of this program is to provide an opportunity for faculty to network, as well as hear news and updates on upcoming programs and events. Each lunch will include a short, interactive mini-program on a professional development or leadership topic. The schedule for the 2009-2010 academic year is listed below.
Pressures of the Role of Chairperson: Allegiances, Authority, and Rights
CU-ADVANCE offers professional development events throughout the year to gain skills useful in a faculty career.