Stop The Clock
Stop the clock initiatives work to support extending the tenure clock for personal issues. The links on this webpage are on attempts to influence the policy of stop the clock.
This document is a list of family friendly practices supported by UC Irvine and information about its dual hire program. It was written for the 2005 ADVANCE PI meeting in Panel 4.
To evaluate how effective dual hires and tenure clock extensions are on increasing women and minorities in science and engineering a study is proposed on this webpage. Links and reports can also be found on this webpage.
At some time or other, most University employees will be faced with the difficulty of balancing the needs of family with the needs of work. Childbirth, adoption, child care and caring for ill children, spouses, partners and parents are some of the family issues you may encounter. It is the...
Information about the Stop The Clock program, the benefits of its use, and why it is not used is discussed in this presentation.
This document covers the family friendly practices that have been implemented at the University of Rhode Island and their hopes for future changes. Some of these include creating a family leave policy and a virtual work-life office. The document was written for the 2005 ADVANCE PI Meeting.