Collaborative Research for Horizontal Mentoring Alliances https://www.hmc.edu/chemistry/faculty-and-staff/kerry-k-karukstis/nsf-advance/
This webpage is a list of presentations and publications from the Harvey Mudd College
The underrepresentation of women in almost all science and engineering fields is a well-documented statistic. The National Academies have issued four significant reports since 2001 examining the status and challenges of women in academic science and engineering and offering recommendations to broaden the participation and advancement of women in those fields.
This document is a description of an event to be held at a meeting: "Compelling evidence exists to support the hypothesis that both formal and informal mentoring practices that provide access to information and resources are effective in promoting career advancement, especially for women.
This document is a list of Honors, Leadership Activities, Research and Scholarship, Keynote Addresses, Curriculum Development, and Contributions.
What are the characteristics of liberal arts colleges that influence faculty roles and responsibilities? What faculty recruitment and career development practices and policies currently exist at the department and institutional level? How can a horizontal mentoring strategy provide senior women STEM faculty at liberal arts colleges with the faculty development resources that they need? How has this NSF-ADVANCE-PAID project begun to impact departmental and institutional policy development?
This document is a list of meetings, presentations, and a description of efforts to encourage women to network in chemistry and physics.
This document is a list of links with the title and description of each resource. Topics include role models and mentors, barriers, and leadership.
This document is a one page map and listing of partners in the Alliance Mentoring Program.
As we focus on preparing our students for the 21st Century Workplace, it is critical for faculty to focus on their own professional and personal development. The professional health and vitality of faculty has a direct impact on student learning and development. At some liberal arts colleges, small department sizes can have a negative impact on the ability of faculty to stay current and to meet the diverse expectations of their roles in the college.
This document is a one page description of the ADVANCE PAID program at Harvey Mudd College. The bottom half of the page is a summary of their initiatives.
The sections of this poster are goals of the project, activities, initial findings, and examples of new honors.
Presentations and Publications
This webpage is a listing of databases that are being collected of women in physics and chemistry at liberal arts colleges.
This webpage is a collection of resources like presentations to promote professional development.
This webpage is a list of books and articles on topics related to gender in chemistry and physics.
This presentation from the 2010 PI Meeting covers:issues related to facilitating the advancement of senior women chemistry and physics faculty members at liberal arts institutions to the highest ranks of academic leadership, women in science in US and UK, education, mentoring and career satisfaction-Example from crystallography.
Report and recommendations from a summit held in June 2010 on horizontal mentoring to enhance professional development of senior women chemistry and physics faculty members at liberal arts institutions.
This executive summary provides final, summative results for the external evaluation of the NSF
PAID-ADVANCE initiative, “Horizontal Mentoring Alliances to Enhance the Academic Careers
of Senior Women Scientists at Liberal Arts Institutions” based on comprehensive analysis of indepth qualitative baseline and summative interviews exploring the major benefits and outcomes
emerging from this innovative mentoring initiative.
This report provides final, summative results for the external evaluation of the NSF PAID ADVANCE
initiative, “Horizontal Mentoring Alliances to Enhance the Academic Careers of Senior Women Scientists at Liberal Arts Institutions” and presents comprehensive analyses of baseline and summative interviews exploring the major benefits and outcomes emerging from this innovative mentoring initiative.
This report presents baseline results for the external evaluation of the NSF PAID-ADVANCE
initiative, “Horizontal Mentoring Alliances to Enhance the Academic Careers of Senior Women
Scientists at Liberal Arts Institutions.” T