University of Illinois at Chicago
This document covers the six strategies of WISEST at UCI, selected accomplishments, some data, and contact information.
As you have just read in Provost Tanner’s cover letter, the University of Illinois at Chicago is undertaking a very important survey project to learn about UIC faculty members’ perceptions of their workplace: What do you like? What do you dislike? What is important to your daily life and satisfaction?
Provided in this poster is a program overview of the University of Illinois-Chicago’s ADVANCE program and its goal of increasing the number of post doctoral students going into academia. Recruitment, the application process, the role of the advisory team, the people involved, and applicant descriptions are included. This information was presented at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting.
This presentation is an overview of the ADVANCE program at UIC. It covers some of their initiatives and who has applied to their programs. Provided in this presentation is the University of Illinois-Chicago efforts to increase the number of female post doctoral students in STEM. Their ADVANCE program set up a program with funding and was able to offer a small handful of positions. The support those students were given, how they were chosen, and why this program is important is explained in this presentation
This document lists what is a facilitator's charge, a facilitator’s model, a facilitator’s role, and facilitator’s successes. It was presented at the 2008 ADVANCE PI Meeting Roundtable on Climate Change at the Department Level.
This is a recording of a presentation on the importance of recruiting and hiring good faculty. It includes is a skit about the search committee.
This presentation covers some practices from industry that could be ported over to academia to help change the climate. Examples include increasing flexibility, actions a chair can do, and on ramps. It was presented in 2008 in the second panel on the Boardroom to the Academy: How Promising Corporate Workplace Practices Can Transform the Academic Culture.
The campus conducted a study of the working environment for tenured and tenure-track faculty in the Colleges of Engineering and Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2004. The survey was designed to capture the perceptions of the faculty members regarding their workplace: what they like, what they dislike, what is important in their daily life, and what enhances or impedes productivity. The goal was to inform us how to improve job satisfaction and faculty success at UIC. Faculty members in the two colleges responded
Presentation on the University of Illinois Chicago's programs to address implicit bias.
This presentation from the 2013 PI meeting describes internal networks of STEM women at the University of Illinois Chicago and the external network provided by the Advance Implementation Mentors initiative.