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The National Science Foundation recognizes that the lack of women’s full participation at the senior level of academe is often a systemic consequence of academic culture. NSF created the ADVANCE Institutional Transformation program to catalyze...
Many ADVANCE programs have implemented some type of lecture series. This presentation provides an overview of some of them and their local conditions. It was given at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting Session 2 on the Devil is in the Details: What We Have Learned About Mini-Grants, Mentoring, and Distinguished Lectures...
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This presentation is an overview of the ADVANCE Program at Kansas State. It covers topics such as their initiatives, goals, and institutionalization.
We highlight the quantitative growth of SEM women faculty at K-State, describe unique and successful K-State ADVANCE programs, list specific measures of success, and share lessons learned during the past five years. We provide data showing the increase in the percentage of full-time tenure line women faculty, full professors, and administrators at K-State since 1997, which we are using as a benchmark year, and since 2003. The poster will summarize participation and outcomes of department, college and projec
The topics covered in Kansas State’s ADVANCE poster at the 2008 PI Meeting are project goals and initiatives, measuring success, climate survey, dissemination and institutionalization, and recent assessment and evaluation.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting presents an overview of ADVANCE programs at Kansas State, including various programs initiatives and institutionalization.
This presentation from the 2011 PI Meeting provides an overview of the evolution of ADVANCE at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).