Women in Networks http://www.bu.edu/win/
The goals of the sponsored colloquia program are to increase the visibility of women in STEM departments, strengthen the networking and career opportunities for women in the STEM disciplines, and bring new ideas to BU from industry and other ADVANCE schools.
This webpage is a list of news, events, and past events like the Women in Industry Colloquia.
This document is a one page summary of the initiatives from WIN.
This webpage is a list of resources on mentoring and networking, reports, tenure and career issues, and quicklinks.
Each year the Women In Networks Initiative hosts a welcome reception for new faculty in the STEM disciplines. These welcome receptions are designed to increase the visibility of new faculty while providing them with a forum in which to make new contacts and learn about faculty issues here at Boston University...
Mary Erskine WIN Faculty Grants are available to tenure track women faculty members in the STEM disciplines at Boston University to support a variety of research activities. These awards are intended to enhance the professional networks of women faculty members, removing a barrier to women’s accomplishments, and ultimately increasing the diversity of faculty in the science and engineering fields...
Boston University’s WIN initiative was designed to increase the work satisfaction, retention, and advancement of women faculty in the sciences and engineering at Boston University by enhancing women’s professional networks, and to analyze the ways in which network-building can contribute to women’s satisfaction and success in academic science and engineering.
The proposed work is designed to increase the work satisfaction, retention, and advancement of women faculty in science and engineering at Boston University through enhancing women’s networks, and to analyze the ways in which network-building can contribute to women’s satisfaction and success in academic science and engineering.
There are three sections of this poster: (1) What the WIN initiative was designed to do, (2) Program activities, such as pre-tenure mentoring panel discussion and pair matches, and (3) studying faculty networks, such as the faculty network survey.
Covered in this newsletter is a description of WIN, the goal of program summary, new faculty receptions, the sponsored colloquia.
The Women in Networks initiative has a variety of programs designed to aid in the networking and advancement of women in the sciences and engineering...
This webpage is the homepage for the Women in Networks program. There is a description of the program in the middle of the page.
The pre-tenure mentoring program is open to all junior faculty in STEM disciplines in ENG, CAS, and SAR. The program seeks to provide guidance to junior faculty in the STEM disciplines regarding tenure and career issues. This program includes two parts.