Texas Tech University
This webpage is a list of resources divided into the categories of Lubbock, Amarillo, articles and publications, employment resources, resources for women faculty, and ADVANCE program at other universities.
The Recruiting Program is intended to facilitate a greater understanding of why women should be targeted for recruitment, along with peer group pressure to increase the number of women in faculty candidate pools.
This presentation gives the background and strategies for the Texas Tech program
The goal of exit surveys is to provide additional information on climate issues (e.g., reasons that women faculty leave) by interviewing faculty who leave the university.
Women faculty are rallying around the issue of lack of campus childcare facilities and an inability to push the issue forward with the administration in spite of various committees finding that there is an intense need for such facilities.
This poster provides an overview of Texas Tech University’s ADVANCE program. It covers their goals of retention through mentorship, demographic information collection, increasing the number of women recruited, and climate change. It was presented at the 2008 PI Meeting.
The PoWERS ListServ is meant to be a method of communication among women engineers, scientists and clinicians at TTU and TTUHSC. Often we never meet or get to know each other, yet we share common concerns.
This webpage is a list of the news and events from the Texas Tech ADVANCE Program.
The pre-tenure and promotion assessment program provides a real-time trial run at preparing the promotion and tenure (PandT) dossier and addresses the issue that women do not understand (or often are not told) what is required for tenure and/or promotion.
The PoWERS departments in the College of Engineering are Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Engineering Technology, Industrial, Mechanical and Petroleum.
Mentoring has the potential to give women access to the formal and informal networks that are important for learning about opportunities and strategies for success in the workplace.